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On November 15, 2002, a dear member of the LMU Family was taken from us all. A woman who loved God, her family and Lion Baseball left this world after bringing so much joy to others with her warmth, generosity and the way she constantly reached others; making them feel a part of the LMU Family. Her bond with the players, staff and many of the parents was the heart and soul of this phenomenon. At every game in Page Stadium, this special woman would take her seat just to the right of home plate and cheer on her son’s beloved team. Many would come to games looking forward to seeing her as she was the first to encourage and certainly the first to defend her Lions, win or lose. Mom Cruz, now seated next to our Father, you will be most terribly missed and never ever forgotten. Our hearts and memories will eternally be filled with our love for you.

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Narcisa Alvarez Cruz August 23, 1926 November 15, 2002


TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . 2

GENERAL INFORMATION

Lions’ Baseball Tradition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Page Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Mikos Blue Monster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Lions’ Postseason Success . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Los Angeles, CA 90045-2699

COACHING STAFF . . . . . . . . . . . 7

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rev. Robert B. Lawton, S.J.

Frank Cruz, Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Robbie Moen, Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Jon Strauss, Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Jay Adams, Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lions

PLAYERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .West Coast

Speed Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Alphabetical/Numerical Rosters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Season Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Player Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Camp Information/Travel Itinerary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28

RECORDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 2002 Year In Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 2002 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 2002 Overall Stats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 The West Coast Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Postseason History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 LMU Record Book/Game Highs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 All-Time Season Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 All-Time Career Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 All-Time Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 Lion Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 Seasonal Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 Former Lions In The Pros . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Retired Jerseys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 Matt Muller Award . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Year-By-Year Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 LMU Hall of Fame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52

Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1911 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7,192 Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. William Husak Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Crimson and Navy Blue Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA Division I Home Field • Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .George C. Page Stadium • 600 Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .326-365-413-372-330

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frank Cruz Alma Mater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pepperdine '83 Record at LMU • Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .171-180-1 • Seventh Season Overall Record • Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .171-180-1 • Seventh Season Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Robbie Moen (Arizona ‘93) - Third Season Jon Strauss (Long Beach State ‘96) - First Season Jay Adams (Pepperdine ‘01) - First Season Baseball Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-2765 2002 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22-34 2002 WCC Record • Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-15 • 5th Position Starters Returning • Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 • 2 Pitchers Returning • Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 • 2 Letterwinners Returning • Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 • 4

POSTSEASON INFORMATION

OPPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

WCC League Championships (6) . . . . . . . . . . .1973, 1986, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2000

Opponent Capsules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Opponent Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56

College World Series Appearances (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986

ADMINISTRATION . . . . . . . . . .57

PUBLICITY INFORMATION

Rev. Robert B. Lawton, S.J., President . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Dr. William Husak, Director of Athletics . . . . . . . . . . .57 Athletics Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Strength and Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60

Director of Athletic Media Relations . . . . . . . . . . .John Shaffer (Mesa State, CO ‘96)

NCAA Regional Appearances (8) . . . . . . . . . . . .1973, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2000

Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-7643 Home Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 864-2626 E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .jshaffer@lmu.edu Asst. Director of Athletic Media Relations . . . .Marysol Cayado (San Diego State ‘99) Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-5798

Credits - The 2003 Loyola Marymount Baseball Media Guide is a product of the LMU Athletic Media Relations Office. The guide was written and edited by Scott Johnson, Assistant Sports Information Director. Layout design also by Scott Johnson. Additional editorial assistance provided by John Shaffer, Sports Information Director, Alissa Zito, Sports Information Intern and Diana Jurado-Sainz, Sports Information Student Assistant. Photography by Dave Hill, Patrick Gee, Patrick Horton, Jeff Golden, Tom and Michele Grimm, and John Eckmeier. Cover design provided by Scott Johnson. University section writing contributions provided by Dr. Joe Merante, Dr. Beth Stoddard, Dr. Kevin O’Conner, Karen Carmichel, Richard Rocheleau and the Los Angeles Visitors Bureau. University section layout design provided by Maureen Pacino. The Hollywood Sign TM & © 2001 Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, licensed by Global Icons LLC, all rights reserved. Film by Adage Graphics of Westchester. Printing by West Coast Reproductions, Marina del Rey. Inside cover photos courtesy of the Los Angeles Visitors Bureau. Additional copies of this guide are available through the sports information office for $10.00 each.

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Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 261-8470 E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mcayado@lmu.edu Asst. Director of Athletic Media Relations . . . . . . . . .Scott Johnson (Iowa State, ‘99) Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-7638 E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .sjohnson@lmu.edu Sports Information FAX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-2703 Hotline / Tickets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-LION Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-3046 Athletics Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.LMULions.com Sports Information Mailing Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Athletic Media Relations Office Loyola Marymount University One LMU Drive, MS 8235 Los Angeles, CA 90045-8235

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LIONS’ BASEBALL TRADITION

Now in its eighth decade, the colorful tradition of LMU baseball dates back nearly to the origin of the University. Head Coach Frank Shellenbach’s 1930 team, one of the first to represent the institution, captured 14 games in an original 20game schedule. Opponents that season included a number of various organized club teams and local junior colleges. LMU defeated USC that season — the USC Dental School to be precise. Exciting players, numerous wins, and yes, even some tough losses, have characterized the competitive Lions’ Baseball program throughout the years.

ON TOP OF THE WORLD The 1986 Loyola Marymount University baseball team had the best season in program history. It was also one of the best overall seasons in the history of athletics at LMU. Following a 1985 season in which the Lions did not have a winning record at 27-28, the program performed one of the best turn-arounds ever. They ESPN/Collegiate Baseball finished the season with the most National Poll wins in LMU baseball history at April 22, 1986 50-15, a 23-game improvement 1. LOYOLA MARYMOUNT from the previous year. The sea2. Florida State son started with the Lions win3. Louisiana State ning their first eight games and 12 4. Miami (Fla.) 5. Texas of their first 13.As the season pro6. Oral Roberts gressed, LMU produced a 137. Southern Florida game winning streak from March the Regional, the Lions defeated The Lions would start its first 8. UCLA to the NCAA World 9. Texas A&M 21 through April 11, and won 20 of UCLA 12-10, eliminating the Bruins trip Series in Omaha with a 4-3 10. Michigan 21 games in the middle of the sea- and earning a rematch with UC Santa win over LSU (above) in son. With the winning streak Barbara. LMU advanced on a 14-6 1986. LMU fans (below) follow the Lions’ most came the nation’s top ranking by the ESPN/Collegiate win, having to beat the University of would successful season ever as Baseball National Poll. They never looked back, finishing Hawaii twice to earn a trip to Omaha. the team would finish with a tied with Pepperdine for first place in the West Coast After a 10-6 and 12-5 victory, the program-best 50-15 record. One of the most talent-rich Athletic Conference at 19-5, setting up a one game playoff Lions found themselves in the 1986 teams at that time, the Lions to determine the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA College World Series. On May 30, the team would include seven All-Conference Regional. Played at Jackie Robinson Stadium on the cam- Lions opened up their first World first-team selections, the most ever in pus of UCLA, the Lions defeated the Waves Series trip with a 4-3 LMU history, and three Allincluding Chris 14-9 to earn a bid to the NCAA West win over perennial Americans, Donnels (below, left). L M U I N T H E F I N A L Regional. LMU was placed with UCLA, UC power LSU, to earn a N ATIONAL P O L L S two-day rest and play in the winner’s Santa Barbara and the University of Hawaii in Los Angeles at UCLA. It looked as though bracket. The Lions played the University it might be two-and-out for the Lions, as 1986 of Arizona on June 2 and lost a heart6th - Baseball America they dropped their first game to UC Santa breaker 7-5 to drop to the elimination 6th - Collegiate Baseball Barbara 11-5 to move down to the eliminabracket against Oklahoma State. The tion bracket. However, LMU would reel off Cowboys were too much for the Lions, as 1988 its next four they went on to an 11-5 win and the even13th - Baseball America games, fight18th - Collegiate Baseball tual national championship in 1986. ing through 1989 four separate 16th - Baseball America elimination 18th - Collegiate Baseball games to earn a bid to 1990 the school’s 22nd - Baseball America 25th - Collegiate Baseball first appearance in the 2000 Col le ge 16th - Baseball America Baseball 25th - ESPN Coaches World Series. 24th - Collegiate Baseball In game 2 of

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GEORGE C. PAGE STADIUM ow in its 21st season as the home of the Lion baseball team, George C. Page Stadium has established itself as a tough place for opponents. With its newest addition, Page Stadium continues to stake claim as college baseball’s most unique ballparks.

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Thanks to a gift from Paul Mikos, a new wall in leftfield has been installed at Page Stadium that contains a manual scoreboard, complete with out of town scores reminiscent of some of Major League Baseball’s classic ballparks. The “Mikos Blue Monster” is a replica to Boston’s Fenway Park’s Green Monster. The Lions’ “Mikos Blue Monster” stands 130-feet wide and 37-feet tall. Within the wall will be one of only a handful of manual score boards in all of baseball. The board itself isn’t small, standing 18-feet tall and 46feet wide. Complete with a line score and out-of-town West Coast Conference score updates, the scoreboard combines some old-time baseball charm with today’s technology. The scoreboard will have electronic balls, strikes and outs, along with electronic atbat and hit/error identification. Every other component will be tallied using 2foot square aluminum score cards slipped in behind the scoreboard manually. Giving Page its final piece of character will be a five-foot indent connecting the Blue Monster with the existing outfield fencing, similar to the odd outfield shapes

of the classic Fenway Park in Boston and Minute Maid Park in Houston. Since 1997, when Frank Cruz was hired as head coach of the Lions’ baseball program, LMU has established an 80-66 record at Page, a winning percentage of more than 55 percent. That percentage is slightly off the par of the Lions’ overall mark at home in the park’s 19 years, as they have posted a 315-222-1 record (.586). Some of the best years have come in the five conference titles the Lions have won while calling Page Stadium home. The first Page Stadium conference title came in 1986 when the Lions posted a 24-8 record at home that season. The best record came in 1988, when LMU was 30-4 at home (88 percent). In the years the Lions have won conference crowns, they are 168-55 at Page (75 percent). Since going to a Championship tournament format three years ago, two of the West Coast Conference Championships have been played at Page Stadium. The Lions are

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LIONS AT PAGE STADIUM Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Totals

Overall W L 4 13 17 15 15 12 24 8 19 11 30 4 25 9 27 6 19 6 12 17 12 16 16 13 13 15 12 11 9 17 23 9 18 13 21 6 9 21 12 12 337 234

T 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Pct. .235 .531 .556 .750 .629 .882 .735 .818 .760 .414 .429 .552 .464 .521 .346 .719 .580 .777 .300 .500 .587

Conference W L T 3 12 0 7 6 0 6 3 0 10 2 0 4 7 1 10 2 0 11 1 0 16 3 0 14 4 0 7 6 0 9 6 0 9 6 0 7 7 0 9 3 0 6 10 0 11 4 0 10 5 0 13 2 0 4 11 0 8 7 0 174 107 1

4-1 in those games, winning their last two conference crowns over Pepperdine. The Stadium, built at the site of LMU’s old baseball field, was completed at a cost of more than $250,000 with the Incentive Aid Foundation of Los Angeles providing the majority of the funding. Boasting grandstand seating for more than 600 people, the facility features a “VIP” section with 200 theater-type seats. The remaining 400 seats are aluminum with backrests and are located along the first base and third base lines. Field accommodations include spacious field-level dugouts and bullpens along with a double batting tunnel as well as a windscreen around the perimeter of

Pct. .200 .538 .667 .833 .375 .833 .917 .842 .778 .538 .600 .600 .500 .750 .375 .733 .667 .867 .267 .533 .617


GEORGE C. PAGE STADIUM the field and grandstand. A picnic area, located down the first base line, was added prior to the 1996 season.

The Progression of the Monster

The backstop has been modified to enhance spectator viewing of the action on the field. The press box, fully equipped to meet the needs of all media, is located behind the “VIP” seating. A convenient concession stand was recently installed near the north entrance of the stadium. Page Stadium has been the site of filming for numerous commercials as well as feature films. It served as the site for the baseball scenes in the hit movie “My Blue Heaven” starring Steve Martin. It is also home to many camps, clinics, Little League and prep all-star games. Page also serves as home of the Westchester Sox of the Pacific Coast Collegiate League. The facility, which has also been used for outdoor community cultural shows and events, is named in honor of George C. Page, president of the Incentive Aid Foundation. Assisting Mr. Page and IAF in the stadium’s completion was Maynard Kambak, father of LMU baseball alumnus Jeff Kambak.

Coach Frank Cruz watches during the first days of setting the 50foot support beams.

LMU’s historic first game in Page Stadium was played on March 19, 1983 with a 5-1 loss to Cal State Fullerton.

Quick Facts of The Mikos Blue Monster

The completion of the Mikos Blue Monster’s steel frame work.

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Manual scoreboard featuring out-of-town scores Wall a replica of Fenway Park’s Green Monster Mikos Blue Monster is 4,810 square feet (130’ x 37’) Scoreboard within wall is 828 square feet (18’ x 46’) More than 9,620 cubic feet of steel was used throughout the wall Support beams are 56 feet long Beams are more than 19 feet into the ground More than 200 score plates are used within the manual scoreboard A catwalk was installed behind scoreboard for access to out-of-town scores that sit 16 feet above ground Three-inch thick padding was installed at the base of the wall and stands seven-feet tall

Installation of the manual scoreboard into the wall’s frame work.

Completion of the metal siding that make the Mikos Blue Monster.

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Recent LMU Playoff Teams

Billy Traber was a first round pick in 2000.

PIPELINE TO THE MAJORS FLOWING WELL

Eight former LMU baseball players have made major league appearances during the past seven seasons, and with eight players from the 2000 and 2001 LMU squads signed to contracts by major league franchises, the pipeline to the major leagues looks to keep getting stronger. The latest to sign contracts were C.J. Wilson (Texas Rangers) and James Clelland (Montreal Expos). Wilson was a fifth round draft pick by the Rangers and Clelland was signed as a free agent by the Expos. The two signees give the Lions 14 players in the past five seasons who have gone pro. Wilson, whose first assignment was with the Pulaski Rangers in the rookie league, was impressive in his first several outings and was called up to Class A’s Savannah Sand Gnats. Wilson, who finished the 2001 season 3-9 with a 6.95 ERA, allowed only four earned runs in 14 innings. Clelland, who tied for the team lead with five wins on the mound for the Lions in 2001 and finished with a career best 5-2 record, was also impressive with the Vermont Expos in the Class A-Short Season New YorkPenn League. He was 2-1 on the season with a 1.88 ERA (a team best among pitchers with 20 or more innings). In 24 innings he had a 7-to-1 strikeout to walk ratio, striking out 15 and walking just two. Following the 2000 season, Billy Traber (New York Mets), Michael Schultz (Arizona Diamondbacks), Scott Walter (Kansas City Royals), Jason Aspito (Chicago White Sox) and Anthony Angel (Houston Astros) were all selected in the Major League Baseball Draft. Pitcher Ben Bonilla was signed as a free agent by the Arizona Diamondbacks. Finally, third baseman Curt Fiore, who was drafted in 1999, is a member of the Atlanta Braves organization. Shane Bowers (Minnesota Twins), Jim Bruske (Los Angeles Dodgers), Tim Layana (San Francisco Giants), Brian Turang (Seattle Mariners), Chris Donnels (Boston Red Sox/Los Angeles Dodgers), Billy Bean (San Diego Padres), Darryl Scott (California Angels) and Terrell Lowery (San Francisco Giants) all played with their respective major league clubs. Three other former Lions, Joe Caruso (Boston Red Sox), Joe Ciccarella (Chicago Cubs) and Darrel Deak (St. Louis Cardinals) have appeared on major league 40-man rosters over the past six winters.

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2000 • For the fifth time in conference history a team has won three consecutive WCC titles, as LMU swept West Division Champion Pepperdine in the WCC Championship Series at Page Stadium. The Lions join Santa Clara and Pepperdine as the only programs in the WCC to have won back-to-back-to-back championships. In only its second year, the WCC Championship Series was a repeat from the first one, as the Lions took two games over Pepperdine. In Game 1, the Lions’ offensive weapons broke out for 19 runs on 23 hits in a 19-5 win as junior Billy Traber struck out eight in eight innings for the win. Scott Walter did most of the damage for the Lions, hitting his 18th and 19th home runs of the season, both coming with two runners on base. WCC Co-Player of the Year Anthony Angel finished the game 5-for-6 with 3 RBI. It was a different atmosphere, but similar outcome in Game 2, as the Lions won their third straight title with a 6-2 victory to close out the best-of-three series. Junior Michael Schultz went the distance, striking out five and scattering two runs on four hits. With the conference championship once again in hand, the Lions earned their third consecutive automatic bid to the NCAA Regionals, accepting an invitation to play in the West Regional hosted by Cal State Fullerton. The Lions, who rose to No. 12 in the national rankings prior to the tournament, were seeded No. 3 and opened the Regional against the host, Cal State Fullerton. Traber concluded his collegiate career throwing a gem. He went the distance, striking out 13 Titan batters and scattering four runs on nine hits to help the Lions to the first round win, 6-4. The Lions gave Traber a 5-0 lead to work with after three innings thanks in part to David Maffei’s two-run homer in the first inning. USC was up next for the Lions in the winner’s bracket of the West Regional.After jumping out to a 5-3 lead, LMU could not hold on as the Trojan’s scored five in the ninth for the 13-5 win. The 3 1/2 hour game took its toll on the Lions, as they had to turn around and face Cal State Fullerton once again in the elimination game that same night. Fullerton defeated the Lions, 5-2, ending the Lions’ season at 40-19, the fourth best win total in program history. 1999 • The Lions successfully defended their conference crown, defeating Pepperdine in a three-game series for the WCC Championship at Page Stadium. RHP Michael Schultz tossed nine complete innings and beat the Waves, 7-6, to clinch the title in the third and deciding game. The victory helped LMU win back-to-back titles for the first time in program history. The Lions advanced to NCAA Regional play for the second-straight year, traveling to Stanford in Palo Alto, Calif. LMU lost to the Cardinal in the opening round, 10-2, then was eliminated after a 4-3 loss to Nevada. LHP Billy Traber led the team and the WCC with 135 strikeouts while earning first-team all-conference honors. 2B Anthony Angel also earned first-team honors, the only member of the squad to do so in two-consecutive seasons. CF Matt Riordan was drafted following the season by the Baltimore Orioles, and SS/1B Curt Fiore was selected in the draft by the Atlanta Braves. Catcher Scott Walter during the 2000 WCC Championship Series. 1998 • Second-year head coach Frank Cruz guided the Lions to their first WCC title in eight years. With the nation's 16th best recruiting class, nearly all of which were freshmen, LMU narrowly edged rival Pepperdine by a half game for the conference crown earning the NCAA automatic bid to the West Regional at Stanford. Freshman RHP Michael Schultz nearly no-hit Stanford in the first round (Stanford was ranked No. 2 in the country) shutting out the Cardinal through the seventh inning. Schultz went on to win the game (6-2) while throwing a two-hitter. With the win, LMU posted its first postseason victory since May 28, 1989 in a 6-5 win over Oklahoma. Schultz and freshman C Scott Walter were named West Coast Conference Pitcher and Player of the Year, respectively, the first time in WCC history two freshmen ever from the same school garnered the awards.

1990 • Capturing sole possession of the league title for the first time in 17 years, LMU breezed to its third consecutive postseason appearance. The Lions posted 45 wins, the third highest total in school history, before being eliminated by host Arizona State. LMU representatives were honored by the league with WCC Player of the Year, Newcomer of the Year and Coach of the Year accolades. 1989 • The Lions finished a game and one-half behind Pepperdine in the league race but were once again invited to the NCAA tournament. LMU lost its opening round game to Oklahoma but fought through the losers bracket before losing to host Arizona in the regional championship game. 1988 • An outstanding non-conference record against a strong schedule aided the LMU cause as the Lions were selected to the NCAA tournament as an at-large team. The Lions, who finished in third place in the WCC, were one of three teams in the WCC to post at least 40 wins and receive a postseason berth. LMU won two games but lost to host Oklahoma State in the regional semifinal game to end the season. 1973 • Marv Wood’s squad brought LMU its first West Coast Conference Championship after a 13-game win streak allowed the Lions to clinch the title on the final weekend of the season over second place Santa Clara. USC knocked off the Lions and Cal State Los Angeles in the NCAA District 8 regionals and eventually won its fourth consecutive national championship.

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FRANK CRUZ

Seventh Year • Head Coach including the 16th overall pick in leftOACHING ISTORY handed pitcher Billy Traber. His tireless efforts the past six Name Years W L T Pct. years also helped Cruz earn a posiAl Gad (68-69) 2 51 37 0 .580 Marv Wood (70-84) 15 371 452 1 .451 tion as an assistant coach with the Dave Snow (85-88) 4 161 82 1 .663 2000 USA National Baseball proChris Smith (89-91) 3 122 63 1 .659 gram. The team wrapped up the 2000 Jody Robinson (92-96) 5 109 171 0 .389 Qwest Red, White and Blue Tour with 171 180 1 .486 Frank Cruz (97-Current) 6 Total 35 985 985 4 .499 a 27-3-1 record, including a 6-0 mark in the final tournament of the summer season leading to the 2000 season. Entering only his second season, the Olympics in Australia. Cruz helped lead Team Lions won the WCC championship and earned USA to finish the season with a 21-game a trip to the Regionals in 1998 where they unbeaten streak which included 20 wins and shocked the baseball world by upsetting No. 2 one tie. Cruz and the Team USA coaches led ranked Stanford in Palo Alto, Calif. the National Team to a .900 winning percentThe Lions found themselves in the age, the best in team history. The 1984 team, Regionals again in 1999 and 2000, as Cruz has featuring future Major League All-Stars Mark led LMU to eight NCAA Regional games in McGwire, Barry Larkin, Will Clark and B.J. only five years. Surhoff, was 37-5Other accomplishments 1, for an .881 winfor Cruz include coaching ning percentage. MLB's top prospects. Eight Named to his players were selected in the current post on 2000 & 2001 drafts, including June 20, 1996, Traber (first round, New York Cruz has Mets), pitcher Michael employed a highly Schultz (second round, successful coachArizona Diamondbacks), ing and teaching catcher Scott Walter (third philosophy from round, Kansas City Royals), his experience as infielder Jason Aspito (ninth a high school round, Chicago White Sox), coach and a forsecond baseman and Cruz’ mer assistant nephew Anthony Angel (14th coach under Mike round, Houston Astros) and Gillespie at USC. pitcher Ben Bonilla (free Cruz literally agent, Arizona made a 180Diamondbacks). Two more degree turn with were taken in 2001, with C.J. the LMU baseball Wilson (5th Round, Texas program five Rangers) and James years ago that Clelland (free agent, c o n t i n u e d Montreal Expos) moving to through the 2001 the next level of their playing

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aving established himself as one of the most respected collegiate coaches in Southern California, Frank Cruz enters his seventh season directing the LMU baseball program. In just six seasons, Cruz has turned the program into an instant winner, claiming three consecutive West Coast Conference Championships (the first time in school history) and earning three straight appearances in the NCAA Regionals from 1998-2000. Cruz’ impact on the WCC was almost immediate. In his first season at the helm he took a team that finished sixth in the conference in 1997, with an overall record of 21-39, to three straight first-place finishes. That includes finishes of 34-23-1 in 1998, 33-28 in 1999 and 40-19 in 2000. The 40 wins ranks fourth all-time at LMU for victories in a single-season. The success in 2000 earned Cruz his second WCC Coach of the Year honor, following his first in 1998. With three conference titles in six years, Cruz has accumulated a 171-180-1 record at LMU. The rise in the WCC is a tribute to Cruz’ reputation as one of the nation’s top recruiters. In 1997, Collegiate Baseball tabbed Cruz as the Recruiter of the Year. He accomplished that honor after formulating the nation’s 16th best recruiting class, most of whom graduated the last three seasons,

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CRUZ’ HEAD COACHING RECORD Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Totals

School LMU LMU LMU LMU LMU LMU

Overall W L 21 39 34 23 33 28 40 19 21 37 22 34 171 180

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Pct. .350 .596 .541 .678 .362 .393 .486

West Coast Conference W L Pct. Finish 11 17 .393 Sixth 21 8 .724 First 18 12 .600 First 22 8 .733 First 8 22 .267 Eighth 12 12 .500 Fifth 92 79 .538

Postseason NCAA Regional NCAA Regional NCAA Regional

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Overall W L 35 29 41 20 49 21 44 16 169 86

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Pct. .547 .672 .700 .733 .662

Pac-10 Conference W L Pct. 15 15 .500 19 11 .633 21 9 .700 24 6 .800 79 41 .658

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careers. During his six seasons, Cruz’ teams have set many single-season records. In 2000, his squad made its mark in the LMU record book with home runs (81, 2nd all-time), hits (702, 3rd all-time), doubles (132, 3rd all-time), runs (516, 5th all-time), wins (40, 4th all-time), winning percentage (.678, 4th all-time) and batting average (.331, 4th all-time). Twelve of his players have broken into a variety of singleseason and all-time record categories. One of the keys in the drastic turnaround has been Cruz’ involvement in the improvements of LMU’s baseball facilities. The sixtime conference champions will be playing on the latest enhancement to Page Stadium, the Mikos Blue Monster. The massive left-field wall make the ballpark one of the most unique in all of college baseball. In addition, the team


COACHING STAFF has been playing on a new grass infield since 1998 and the stadium was recently equipped with new backstop netting, windscreens, a new sound system, backstop padding, astroturf dugouts and lighted batting tunnels. Cruz’ ultimate goal is to eventually see construction on a new clubhouse for the LMU baseball program. Prior to coming to LMU, Cruz spent four seasons as an assistant on the USC coaching staff. Cruz’ primary responsibilities were with the Trojan hitters and outfielders, two of the team’s strongest areas. In Cruz’ four years at Southern California, the Trojans were one of the most successful programs in the nation, boasting an overall record of 169-86-1 (.662). During that span, USC made four NCAA Regional final appearances, captured two Pacific-10 championships and advanced to the 1995 College World Series championship game. Cruz moved to USC after a successful stint at Los Angeles’ University High School, where he taught health and physical education. While at University, Cruz posted a 152-68 career record and led his team to the 1988 L.A. City baseball title, four Western League crowns (1988-90-91-92), and six trips to the city baseball playoffs. Cruz was honored as area Coach of the Year on three occasions. He remained a part-time teacher through the 1995-96 academic year. Cruz attended Santa Monica College and then transferred to Pepperdine, where he earned both a bachelor’s (physical education, 1983) and master’s (education, 1989) degree. He is a graduate of Saint Monica High School.

Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

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Head Coach Al Gad Al Gad Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Marv Wood Dave Snow Dave Snow Dave Snow Dave Snow Chris Smith Chris Smith Chris Smith Jody Robinson Jody Robinson Jody Robinson Jody Robinson Jody Robinson Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz Frank Cruz

Overall 23-17-0 28-20-0 25-19-0 21-21-0 25-29-0 30-24-0 19-32-0 25-31-0 27-23-0 20-34-0 29-24-1 29-34-0 26-39-0 32-29-0 29-34-0 11-41-0 23-38-0 27-28-0 50-15-0 36-21-1 48-18-0 39-24-1 45-17-0 38-22-0 16-36-0 23-33-0 26-31-0 22-33-0 22-38-0 21-39-0 34-23-1 33-28 40-19 21-37 22-34

Pct. .575 .583 .568 .500 .463 .556 .373 .446 .540 .370 .546 .460 .400 .525 .460 .212 .377 .491 .769 .629 .727 .618 .726 .633 .308 .411 .456 .400 .367 .350 .596 .541 .678 .362 .393

Conf. 11-9-0 10-10-0 13-8-0 12-8-0 8-10-0 14-4-0 8-10-0 8-8-0 14-14-0 10-14-0 16-11-1 12-16-0 8-20-0 16-11-0 12-16-0 5-23 -0 10-18-0 12-12-0 19-5 -0 10-12-1 18-6-0 18-5-0 25-9-0 25-11-0 10-16-0 14-16-0 13-7-0 12-17-0 14-14-0 11-17-0 21-8-0 18-12 22-8 8-22 12-12

Pct. .550 .500 .619 .600 .444 .778 .444 .500 .500 .417 .589 .429 .286 .593 .429 .179 .357 .500 .792 .457 .750 .783 .735 .694 .385 .467 .433 .414 .500 .393 .724 .600 .733 .267 .500

Finish WCC - 4th WCC - 4th WCC - 2nd WCC - 3rd WCC - 4th WCC - 1st (NCAA Regional) WCC - 5th WCC - 4th WCC - 2nd SCBA - 5th SCBA - 3rd SCBA - 5th SCBA - 7th SCBA - 2nd SCBA - 5th SCBA - 8th SCBA - 7th WCC - 4th WCC - 1st (Coll.World Series) WCC - 4th WCC - 3rd (NCAA Regional) WCC - 2nd (NCAA Regional) WCC - 1st (NCAA Regional) WCC - 2nd WCC - 5th WCC - 4th WCC - 4th WCC - 4th WCC - 4th WCC - 6th WCC - 1st (NCAA Regional) WCC - 1st (NCAA Regional) WCC - 1st (NCAA Regional) WCC - 8th WCC - 5th

ROBBIE MOEN Third Year • Assistant Coach

obbie Moen enters his third season on Head Coach Frank Cruz’s staff as the Lion’s hitting coach. Moen, who came to LMU in the 2001 season, brought a background of offensive power to the program, which helped last year’s Lion squad to a .314 batting average. Prior to LMU, Moen spent four seasons at Kansas State as the hitting and outfielders coach. His history of building batting averages will be a great asset to LMU’s traditionally potent offense. In his four years at KSU, Moen helped shape the Wildcats offense to one of the best in the Big 12 Conference. In 1999, KSU posted 573 hits, 370 runs scored and 331 RBI, ranking seventh in the conference with a .300 batting aver-

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age. However, it was his first season at Kansas State that helped the Wildcats become one of the most potent offensive teams in school history. In 1997, Kansas State shattered school records in at-bats (2,052), hits (669), doubles (145), home runs (75), RIB (477) and total bases (1,099). His tenure at K-State also included two of the program’s three batting champions that hit over .400 the past decade. This included one of KSU’s most potent offensive weapons in outfielder Kasey Weishaar, who ranked second in the Big 12 and 16th nationally with a .429 batting average. The first-team All-Big 12 and AllAmerica honorable mention established a single-season batting record with his performance under the guidance of Moen. A 1993 graduate of the University of Arizona, Moen was an assistant at his alma mater following a four-year playing career for the Wildcats. He finished his career at Arizona second in career at-bats (843) and doubles (63), third in career hits (325) and total bases (465) and fifth in career RIB (185). He was recently selected to the All-Century team at Arizona. A former minor leaguer for the Florida Marlins, Moen was an All-America outfielder, a first-team All-Region Eight, first-team All-Pac Six and a Baseball America third-team AllAmerican in 1993 at Arizona. A year prior, he

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was an All-Pac Six honorable mention selection. In 1991, he won the Hank Lieber Award as Arizona’s best hitter with a .402 batting average. Following that season, he was a first-team All-Pac Six designated hitter and a first-team All-Region Eight selection. Moen, 31, has a degree in health sciences. He and his wife Chrisdee currently reside in Playa del Rey with their one and a half-year-old daughter, Payton.

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COACHING STAFF JON STRAUSS First Year • Assistant Coach earned his second consecutive WSC Coach of the Year honor, while once again setting the school mark with 34 victories and another trip to regionals.

oyola Marymount head coach Frank Cruz will have the good fortune of having Jon Strauss as his pitching coach this season. Strauss completed his second season as the head coach of Glendale Community College in 2002, where he accumulated a 66-25 record and a pair of Western State Conference championships.

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In his first season at Glendale, Strauss led the Vaqueros to a school-record 32 victories and the final game of the first round of the Junior College Regionals. In 2002, Strauss

Strauss began his coaching career in 1995 as an assistant for Dave Snow at Long Beach State University. In his six seasons with the 49ers, working primarily with the pitchers and catchers, Strauss helped lead the "Dirtbags" to a 221-150 (.596) record. Long Beach State won two Big West crowns, advanced to the NCAA Regionals five times and finished third in the 1998 College World Series, with Strauss helping to guide the way. During the summers of 1997 and 1998, Strauss was the pitching coach of the Chatham A's of the prestigious Cape Cod Summer Collegiate League. His 1998 squad won the league title.

College of the Canyons, before accepting a scholarship to play at Long Beach State. In his two years at LBSU, the "Dirtbags" won two Big West Conference titles and finished third at the 1993 College World Series. Strauss signed with the New York Yankees after his senior season and played one season in their organization before returning to Long Beach State to pursue his coaching career. In addition to his pitching duties, Strauss is also the recruiting coordinator at LMU and will look to continue the tradition of numerous conference and national awards for the Lions. Strauss earned his bachelor of science degree in psychology in 1996 from LBSU. Strauss and his wife, Nickie, live in Long Beach with their sons Casey (3) and Brady, born July 15, 2002.

After a stand-out career at Glendale High School, Strauss played two years at the

JAY ADAMS First Year • Assistant Coach After earning a starting position in Pepperdine rotation as a sophomore, Adams earned All-America honors and was named the West Coast Conference Pitcher of the Year in 1999. He also earned first-team AllWCC and first-team All-Region hosted by Southern California.

ay Adams enters his first season on Head Coach Frank Cruz’s coaching staff. Adams comes to Loyola Marymount with a wealth of experience at the playing level.

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Adams, who graduated from Pepperdine in 2001 with a bachelor degree of arts, was a four-year letterwinner with the Waves from 1997-2000. He was also an important member of the Waves team that advanced to the NCAA Regionals in 1999.

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Adams was named All-WCC three times before being drafted in the 24th round of the 2001 Major League Draft by the Cincinatti Reds organization. After playing one season with the Billings Mustangs, the Reds’ rookie affiliate in the Pioneer League, Adams decided to pursue his career as a college baseball coach. Adams is engaged to marry Ashley Young and lives in Redondo Beach.

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SPEED CHART

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Chris PETTIT OF • 6-0 • FR

Jonathan OLLER 3B • 5-11 • SO

Sean SMITH INF • 5-11 • SO

Mark CARROLL INF • 6-2 • JR

Jamie MAH IF/P • 5-10 • FR

Carl STOEBER INF • 6-3 • SO-RS

James COOPER OF • 5-10 • FR

Bradley TAKAMORI INF • 5-11 • SO

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Jonathan HIGASHI C • 5-11 • SO

Joshua MUECKE LHP • 6-2 • SO

Billy LOCKIN INF • 5-9 • JR

Randy WAITE RHP • 6-1 • FR

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Anthony SOTO OF • 5-8 • FR

Matt COVA RHP • 6-1 • JR

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Matt WHITE OF • 6-0 • JR-TR

Erik REYES RHP • 6-0 • FR

Joe FRAZEE OF • 5-11 • SO

Stephen KAHN RHP • 6-2 • FR

Joshua WHITESELL LHP/1B • 6-2 • JR

Joe SILVA INF • 5-10 • SR

Ezequiel RUVALCABA OF • 6-2 • FR

Robbie MOEN Assistant Coach

Brady KOCH C/OF • 5-11 • JR

Brandon DITOLLA 3B • 6-1 • FR

David BARBA RHP • 6-3 • SR

Will QUAGLIERI RHP • 6-4 • JR-TR

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Todd LUNDWALL RHP • 6-2 • SR

Othon CORONA RHP • 6-0 • FR

Jay ADAMS Assistant Coach

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Justin ABREU RHP • 6-3 • SR

Jeff STEVENS RHP • 6-2 • FR

Vincent CORDOVA RHP • 6-3 • JR

Ryan YUREK RHP • 6-3 • SR-TR

Anthony SANTANA OF • 5-11 • SO

Adrian NAVAREZ C • 6-4 • FR

Sarah Casillas Student Administrative Assistant

Natalie Baker Student Administrative Assistant


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NAME Abreu, Justin Barba, David Carroll, Mark Cooper, James Cordova, Vincent Corona, Othon Cova, Matt DiTolla, Brandon Frazee, Joe Higashi, Jonathan Huddy, Kyle Kahn, Stephen Koch, Brady Lockin, Billy Lundwall, Todd Mah, Jamie Muecke, Joshua Mura, Kyle Nevarez, Adrian Oller, Jonathan Pettit, Chris Quaglieri, Will Reyes, Erik Ruvalcaba, Ezequiel Santana, Anthony Silva, Joe Smith, Sean Soto, Anthony Stevens, Jeff Stoeber, Carl Takamori, Bradley Waite, Randy White, Matt Whitesell, Joshua Yurek, Ryan

POS RHP RHP INF OF RHP RHP RHP INF OF C RHP RHP C/OF INF RHP RHP/INF LHP INF C 3B OF RHP RHP OF OF Utl. INF OF RHP INF INF RHP Outfield LHP/DH RHP

HT 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-9 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-4 6-0 6-2 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-8 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-3

WT 205 205 185 190 205 154 180 170 175 200 220 205 205 160 205 170 195 190 180 210 180 210 190 190 190 180 170 145 220 195 190 171 190 220 200

ALPHABETICAL YR-EXP B-T HOMETOWN SR-3V SR-3V JR-2V FR-HS JR-2V FR-HS JR-2V FR-HS SO-HS JR-2V SO-1V FR-HS JR-2V JR-2V SR-TR FR-HS JR-2V FR-HS FR-HS SO-1V FR-HS JR-TR FR-HS FR-HS SO-1V SR-2V SO-HS FR-HS FR-HS SO-1V SO-1V SO-1V JR-TR JR-2V SR-TR

R/R R/R R/R R/L R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R S/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L L/L R/R

San Jose, CA Lennox, CA Arcadia, CA Los Angeles, Ca Whittier, CA Mexico City, Mexico Santa Maria, CA Yorba Linda, Ca Carlsbad, CA Canoga Park, CA Bermuda Dunes, CA Anaheim, Ca Manhattan Beach, CA Thousand Oaks, CA Tucson, AZ Sylmar, Ca San Diego, CA Trabuco Cyn, Ca Culver City, Ca Tarzana, CA San Dimas, Ca Reno, NV Whittier, Ca Sylmar, Ca Downey, CA Torrance, CA Los Angeles, CA Venice, Ca Moraga, Ca Beverly Hills, CA Honolulu, HI Rancho Murieta, CA Dublin CA Rialto, CA Great Falls, MT

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LAST SCHOOL Bellarmine Prep Hawthorne HS Arcadia HS Santa Monica HS California HS Cathedral HS Arizona State El Dorado HS Carlsbad HS Chaminade HS Palm Desert HS Servite HS Mira Costa HS Thousand Oaks HS Kansas State Sylmar HS Scripps Ranch HS Mission Viejo HS St. Monica Catholic Crespi HS San Dimas HS U of Hawaii California HS Sylmar HS Downey HS Lynn University Culver City HS Venice HS Campolindo HS Beverly Hills HS Iolani HS Sheldon HS Ohlone JC Rialto HS California Lutheran

DOB 12/3/80 3/20/81 10/14/81 2/18/84 4/16/82 09/7/83 11/17/80 3/12/84 7/16/83 7/20/82 7/13/83 12/14/83 9/8/82 11/27/82 12/24/80 7/18/84 1/9/1982 11/24/84 4/17/84 7/2/83 8/15/84 3/14/81 9/10/84 6/11/84 11/13/82 12/10/80 3/6/83 8/25/84 9/5/83 1/31/82 8/23/83 3/13/83 2/14/82 4/14/82 4/3/81

NO. NAME POS HT WT YR-EXP B-T HOMETOWN LAST SCHOOL 1 Pettit, Chris OF 6-0 180 FR-HS R/R San Dimas, Ca San Dimas HS 8/15/84 2 Carroll, Mark INF 6-2 185 JR-2V R/R Arcadia, CA Arcadia HS 10/14/81 3 Smith, Sean INF 5-11 170 SO-HS R/R Los Angeles, CA Culver City HS 3/6/83 5 Cooper, James OF 5-10 190 FR-HS R/L Los Angeles, Ca Santa Monica HS 2/18/84 6 Takamori, Bradley INF 5-11 190 SO-1V R/R Honolulu, HI Iolani HS 8/23/83 7 Lockin, Billy INF 5-9 160 JR-2V R/R Thousand Oaks, CA Thousand Oaks HS 11/27/82 8 Oller, Jonathan 3B 5-11 210 SO-1V R/R Tarzana, CA Crespi HS 7/2/83 9 Mah, Jamie RHP/INF 5-10 170 FR-HS R/R Sylmar, Ca Sylmar HS 7/18/84 11 Stoeber, Carl INF 6-3 195 SO-1V R/R Beverly Hills, CA Beverly Hills HS 1/31/82 12 Muecke, Joshua LHP 6-3 195 JR-2V L/L San Diego, CA Scripps Ranch HS 1/9/1982 14 Higashi, Jonathan C 5-11 200 JR-2V R/R Canoga Park, CA Chaminade HS 7/20/82 15 Waite, Randy RHP 6-1 171 SO-1V R/R Rancho Murieta, CA Sheldon HS 3/13/83 16 Mura, Kyle INF 6-3 190 FR-HS R/R Trabuco Cyn, Ca Mission Viejo HS 11/24/84 17 White, Matt Outfield 6-0 190 JR-TR L/L Dublin CA Ohlone JC 2/14/82 18 Frazee, Joe OF 5-11 175 SO-HS L/R Carlsbad, CA Carlsbad HS 7/16/83 19 Koch, Brady C/OF 6-0 205 JR-2V R/R Manhattan Beach, CA Mira Costa HS 9/8/82 20 Lundwall, Todd RHP 6-2 205 SR-TR R/R Tucson, AZ Kansas State 12/24/80 21 Cordova, Vincent RHP 6-3 205 JR-2V R/R Whittier, CA California HS 4/16/82 22 Huddy, Kyle RHP 6-3 220 SO-1V R/R Bermuda Dunes, CA Palm Desert HS 7/13/83 23 Reyes, Erik RHP 6-0 190 FR-HS R/R Whittier, Ca California HS 9/10/84 25 Kahn, Stephen RHP 6-2 205 FR-HS L/R Anaheim, Ca Servite HS 12/14/83 26 DiTolla, Brandon INF 6-1 170 FR-HS R/R Yorba Linda, Ca El Dorado HS 3/12/84 27 Abreu, Justin RHP 6-3 205 SR-3V R/R San Jose, CA Bellarmine Prep 12/3/80 28 Yurek, Ryan RHP 6-3 200 SR-TR R/R Great Falls, MT California Lutheran 4/3/81 30 Soto, Anthony OF 5-8 145 FR-HS S/R Venice, Ca Venice HS 8/25/84 32 Whitesell, Joshua LHP/DH 6-3 220 JR-2V L/L Rialto, CA Rialto HS 4/14/82 33 Silva, Joe Utl. 5-10 180 SR-2V R/R Torrance, CA Lynn University 12/10/80 34 Barba, David RHP 6-3 205 SR-3V R/R Lennox, CA Hawthorne HS 3/20/81 35 Stevens, Jeff RHP 6-2 220 FR-HS R/R Moraga, Ca Campolindo HS 9/5/83 37 Santana, Anthony OF 5-11 190 SO-1V R/R Downey, CA Downey HS 11/13/82 41 Cova, Matt RHP 6-2 180 JR-2V R/R Santa Maria, CA Arizona State 11/17/80 42 Ruvalcaba, Ezequiel OF 6-2 190 FR-HS R/R Sylmar, Ca Sylmar HS 6/11/84 43 Quaglieri, Will RHP 6-4 210 JR-TR R/R Reno, NV U of Hawaii 3/14/81 45 Corona, Othon RHP 6-0 154 FR-HS R/R Mexico City, Mexico Cathedral HS 09/7/83 49 Nevarez, Adrian C 6-2 180 FR-HS R/R Culver City, Ca St. Monica Catholic 4/17/84 HEAD COACH: Frank Cruz (7th Year, Pepperdine, ‘83) ASSISTANTS: Robbie Moen (3rd Year, Arizona, ‘93), Jon Strauss (1st Year, Long Beach State, ‘96), Jay Adams (1st Year, Pepperdine, ‘01)

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SEASON OUTLOOK

Veteran Leadership Will Look to Bring Fourth WCC Title in Six Years he 2003 Loyola Marymount University baseball team will look to regain its rightful position atop the West Coast Conference standings. After winning the league for three straight seasons in 1998, 1999 and 2000, the Lions have had consecutive subpar seasons. But all indications point to changes on the horizon this season.

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LMU head coach Frank Cruz welcomes seven starters back from a year ago, along with nine pitchers, including his top starters. Leading the way will be first-team All-WCC selections shortstop Billy Lockin and second baseman Sean Smith. Smith was the only freshman on the league's first team, while earning the WCC Freshman of the Year, becoming the third Lion to receive the honor in the past six seasons. "This is an experienced team with decent defense, hitting and pitching,” Cruz said. "There isn't one strength that jumps out; we are solid across the board.” With that support, the Lions are the favorite to win the WCC's West Division, according to the Preseason Coaches’ Poll. Pepperdine gets the early nod to win the league, but LMU and San Diego will be right on the Waves' heals. The Lions will be without the services of their two largest power sources from a year

All-West Coast Conference catcher Jon Higashi will handle one of the top pitching staffs in the league.

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ago: first baseman Tommy Perez and leftfielder Kris Zacuto. Perez ended his career second at LMU with 41 career homeruns, while Zacuto finished with a second-best program total of 70 career doubles. They finished among the school's top 10 in at-bats, hits, homeruns, total bases and RBI, while combining for 20 round-trippers last year. With some talented table-setters, the Lions will look to designated hitter Josh Whitesell and third baseman Jon Oller for some muchneeded power. Whitesell ended 2002 with six home runs and eight doubles, while Oller added five homeruns and 33 RBI. "Obviously we don't have the same kind of power we had last season, but we have a number of guys that have some very good baserunning instincts that will help us score runs,” Cruz said.

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Second baseman Sean Smith was named First-Team The Lions are very strong up the All-West Coast Conference and WCC Freshman of middle, starting with their first- the Year last season. team All-WCC selections of Lockin Outfield and Smith. Along with sophomore Carl Sophomore Joe Frazee earned secondStoeber, Lockin (.421) and Smith (.404) batted over .400 during conference action. For the sea- team All-WCC honors in centerfield after hitson, Lockin led the Lions with a .371 batting ting .335 on the season, without committing an average with a team-high 15 steals. He also error. Frazee also earned honorable mention freshman All-America accolades by Collegiate drove in 38 runs, while scoring a team-high 45. He also led LMU with 45 hits, while Smith hit Baseball Newspaper, along with Smith who earned first-team honors. Frazee hit .335 on the .320 on the year with 11 doubles and three homeruns. The two combined for 39 double season, while racking up 61 hits during his plays, while Smith did not commit an error dur- rookie campaign. ing conference play. A multitude of student-athletes could flank Behind the plate, catcher Jon Higashi will Frazee in the outfield. Senior Joe Silva starthave the responsibility of handling the pitching ed 22 of the 40 games he appeared in rightfield, staff after earning conference honorable men- while hitting .318 with a .424 slugging percentage. Freshmen Chris Pettit and James tion a year ago. The junior hit .335, including a sparkling .362 during conference play. Higashi Cooper will also be pushing for playing time after having impressive falls. Junior college hit 13 doubles and drove in 18 runs. standout Matt White will also figure into the mix after hitting .366 last season, while junior At the corners LMU will count on Stoeber at first, replacing Perez, while Oller will battle Mark Carroll will add experience after appearfreshman Kyle Mura for third base. Stoeber ing in 28 games last season. led LMU with a .451 average during conference Designated Hitter play with a team-high .457 on-base percentage The frontrunner for the DH position will be on the season. Oller started 50 games last seaWhitesell. The left-handed slugger was one of son, hitting .295. Mura was the MVP of the nine Lions to hit over .300 last season (.301), as South Coast League as a prep, while earning LMU hit .314 as a team. Stoeber and Oller may first-team All-CIF. also be inserted into the DH spot as well.

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Pitching What last year was a hindrance, could be this year's shining star. Last season, Lion pitching struggled with a team ERA of 7.40 and an opponents' batting average of .339. In 2003, the LMU starting pitching may be the best in the WCC. Leading the way will be junior WCC honorable mention Vince Cordova, who posted an 8-4 record in 2002. The right-hander is consistently 90-plus with all of his pitches and has been incredibly consistent on the mound.

"We have a solid group of upperclassmen and a very mature freshman class,” Cruz said. "We knew the sophomores and juniors were talented when they came in and now that they have been in the program for a couple of years they should be a force in the league. Those guys will be important to our success this season. Not only do they do a tremendous job putting up numbers, but they also add a great deal of leadership as well.”

The Schedule Left-handed Josh Muecke led the team with 60 strikeouts last season in 22 appearances. Muecke made 11 starts before taking over the closing role for LMU late in the season, racking up a team-high four saves. He will return to the starting rotation, along with senior Justin Abreu. Abreu led LMU with a 5.46 ERA, while making 10 starts, posting a 5-5 record. Sophomore Kyle Huddy made eight starts and struckout 53 on the season. Freshmen hurlers Steve Kahn, Jeff Stevens and Erik Reyes all could be impact players for the Lions this year. Kahn was an eighth-round draft choice of the Milwaukee Brewers, while Stevens and Reyes were Pitchers of the Year in their respective leagues. Fellow freshman Jamie Mah and transfer Ryan Yurek will also be valuable members of the staff.

As usual, the Lions will have one of the toughest schedules in the conference. LMU will open the season at No. 25 California for a threegame series on Feb. 7-9, before heading to USC to take on the third-ranked Trojans on Feb. 11. The Lions will play their third consecutive Pac 10 Conference team when LMU opens its 30game home schedule on Feb. 14 with a threegame series with Washington. The Huskies finished third in the Pac 10 last season, while USC won its second consecutive league crown. On Feb. 18, the Lions will host Cal State Northridge, the defending Big West Conference champions, before heading to Cal Poly on Feb. 21-23. LMU will conclude February and open March with a three-game series with San Jose State. The Spartans placed second last season in the WAC, posting a 45-17 record. The Lions will host cross-town rival UCLA on March 4, before welcoming the Gauchos of UC Santa Barbara from March 7-9. LMU will travel to Cal State Northridge, before opening WCC play at Portland, March 14-16. LMU will return to Page Stadium to take on the seventh-ranked Titans of Cal State Fullerton on March 19. The Lions will open their conference home schedule with San Francisco, March 21-23. After a midweek game with UC Riverside, LMU will host West Division rival and defending league champs San Diego, March 28-30. After heading to No. 13 Long Beach State on April 1, LMU will return home to face Saint Mary's from April 4-6. Following a midweek game with Cal State Fullerton, the Lions will travel to Malibu to take on WCC rival Pepperdine, April 11-13.

Sophomore Jon Oller

On April 15, LMU will host USC, before a Thursday date with Gonzaga. The Lions will conclude its series with the Bulldogs with a Saturday double-header. LMU will welcome Long Beach State on April 22, before traveling to Santa Clara from April 25-27. The Lions will travel to UCLA on April 29, before heading to San Diego for a three-game series, May 2-4. The series with the Toreros will be the final three games of the season against teams who advanced to the NCAA Regionals last season. Twenty of LMU's 56 games (36 percent) this season are against regional participants. LMU will wrap up the season with back-toback home series with San Francisco (May 911) and Portland (May 16-18).

PRESEASON WCC COACHES POLL

Combined Standings (first place votes) 1 . Pepperdine ( 3 ) 4 5 1 . LMU (3) 4 0 3 . San Diego (2) 4 0 4 . Santa Clara 3 3 5 . Gonzaga 2 6 6 . San Francisco 1 4 7 . Portland 1 4 8 . Saint Mary’s 1 2 West Division 1. LMU 2. San Diego 3. Portland 4. USF

Coast Division 1. Pepperdine 2. Santa Clara 3. Gonzaga 4. Saint Mary’s

Junior Billy Lockin

2003

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PLAYER PROFILES

Outfielder

San Dimas, Ca

6-0•180 Fr-HS

High School...Graduated from San Dimas High School in San Dimas, CA with a 3.9 grade point average ...he led his summer team to the 2001 Colt World Series Championship...in his Junior year he was awarded the team Mr. Clutch award...part of the Academic All Valle-Vista League in the 2001 and 2002 school year...in 2002 he was the Male Scholar Athlete of the year...voted team MVP as a senior, while earning 2nd-team All-CIF in 2000.

Chris

PETTIT

Carroll’s Career Statistics G-GS AB Avg 2001 .253 40-29 99 2 0 0 2 . 0 7 4 28-5 27 To t a l . 2 1 4 6 8 - 3 4 1 2 6

2001 2002 To t a l

AB R H RBI 2B BB SB

BB 9 0 9

HBP 0 0 0

SO 25 8 33

CARROLL

Arcadia, Ca

Infielder

Mark

2002 Season Notes at LMU... Scored game winner against San Diego State...pinch ran in win against Mississippi State...went 2for-2 with two RBI and two runs

scored off the bench against USC. 2001 Season Notes at LMU...Appeared in 40 games in his freshman campaign...earned 29 starts overall, with 16 at shortstop, nine at third base and four at second...finished the season hitting .253 (25-for-99)...he scored 10 times with four doubles and nine RBI...he had 29 total bases that included nine walks...he struckout 25 times...had four multiple-hit games...went 2-for-3 against Hawaii-Hilo in both the second and third game of the season (2/3/01 & 2/4/01)...had another 2-for-3 outing against Long Beach State (3/27/01)...went 2-for-3 with three RBI against Cal State Fullerton (4/17/01)...had a seasonhigh five assists against San Diego (4/21/01) and Santa Clara (4/27/01).

2B 4 1 5

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 9 2 11

TB 29 3 32

SLG% . 2 93 .111 . 2 54

GDP 1 1 2

OB% .312 .074 .267

SF 1 0 0

SH 1 1 2

SB-A 2-3 0-0 2-3

PO 31 12 43

A 69 19 78

E 15 7 22

3 5-10•175 SO-1V

Sean

16

2003

Briefly...Sean Smith enters his second season of baseball at LMU...had an outstanding freshman season at second base...a fine hitter with longball capability...has very quick bat speed and is a solid defender.

SMITH

High School...He is a 2001 graduate of nearby Culver City High School...graduated with a 3.61 grade point average...was a four-year letterwinner in baseball for coach Rick Prieto...was a team captain his junior and senior seasons...earned All-Ocean League honors as a sophomore and junior and All-Bay League honors as a senior...was a Wave Newspaper All-Area selection his final two seasons...was voted MVP of the Culver City High School baseball team and led the team with a .481 batting average.

High School...He is a 2000 graduate of Arcadia High School in Arcadia, CA...had a 3.7 grade point average...was a two-sport star, earning two letters in football and three in baseball...was a team captain his final three years on the baseball team...was a three-time All-Arcadia City, All-San Gabriel Valley Area and All-Pacific League selection...was an all-CIF Division I selection his junior and senior seasons...the shortstop was a second-team All-America selection as a junior...was voted as the team’s most valuable player...prep coach was Mike Parisi...was a two-time letterwinner and All-Pacific League selection in football...also earned all-city and all-area honors as a junior and senior. Personal...Mark Anthony Carroll was born Oct. 14, 1981 in Fullerton, CA...he is the son of Richard and Judith Carroll...has two brothers, Erik and Patrick...also recruited by the University of San Diego...was involved with senior service club at Arcadia High School...major is urban studies.

FLD% .8 7 0 .8 1 6 .8 4 6

2002 Season Notes at LMU...Earned start in first collegiate game against UCSB, scored a run...went 1-for-4 against UCLA (211-02) and hit a double...hit first home run against Cal State Fullerton...had third multi-hit game with 2-for-3 outing against Arizona State...was named WCC Player of the Week for performance against Portland...hit .556 against Pilots (5for-9)...went 2-for-5 against USC with grand slam home run in fifth inning...earned second straight WCC Player of the Week after USC and USF series...hit .750 in two-plus games against USF (9-for-12)...finished USD series hitting .385, earning a hit in every game...hit .353 against Pepperdine and Long Beach State with a double...hit .385 against Santa Clara with a three-run home run...hit .556 in series at USF (5-10/5-12), going 5-for-9 with four runs scored, two doubles and four RBI...was named WCC Freshman of the Year, concluding his freshman season with a .320 batting average , .404 against WCC competition...was the only freshman named first-team AllConference...finished WCC schedule with no errors, earning 87 putouts and 80 assists in the process...named First-Team Freshman All-America by Collegiate Baseball.

Infielder

2 6-2•185 Jr-2V

H 25 2 27

CARROLL’S CAREER HIGHS 4, 8 times (Recent: at UCSB, 1/31/02) CS 1, vs. Califronia (2/17/01) 2, vs. USC (3/19/02) SAC 2, Twice (Recent: at UCSB, 2/1/02) 2, 5 times (Recent: vs. USC, 3/19/02) SF 1, at Santa Clara (3/17/01) 3, vs. Cal State Fullerton (4/17/01) GDP 1, Twice (Recent: vs. Santa Clara, 4/28/02) 1, 5 times (Recent: vs. USC, 3/19/02) K 3, at San Diego (4/20/01) 2, Twice (Recent: at Gonzaga, 5/11/01) PO 3, 3 times (Recent: at UCSB, 2/2/02) 1, Twice (Recent: at Gonzaga, 5/13/01) E 3, vs. San Francisco (3/25/01)

Personal...Christopher Michael Pettit was born August 15,1984 in Pasadena, CA to Sandra and Michael Pettit and has one younger sister...his father was also a college baseball athlete at Occidental College from 1967-70...was also recruited by Long Beach State and Purdue but decided to come to LMU because of its great academics and baseball...major is undeclared.

Briefly...Mark Carroll enters his third season with the Lions program...he is one of the most improved defensive players on the team...can be utilized in both the infield and the outfield...has gotten bigger in the weight room during the off season..made two appearances in the final series against Portland...finished season with two hits in 27 at-bats, both coming against in USC win.

R 10 7 17

Los Angeles, Ca

1

Briefly...Chris Pettit enters his first season in the Lions program...has already made an immediate impact on the team and should see plenty of playing time in the outfield...willing to do whatever is asked of him on the field.

Sophomore Sean Smith

BASEBALL

Personal...Sean Brian Smith was born on March 6, 1983 in Santa Monica, CA...he is the son of Marilyn and James Smith...he has one sister,


Jennifer...competed against teammates James Cooper and Brady Koch as a prep...his major is business.

AB R H RBI 2B BB SB

BB 16

HBP 12

SO 25

H 63

2B 11

3B 1

HR 3

RBI 41

TB 85

SLG% .431

GDP 7

OB% .399

SF 3

SH 5

SB-A 6 -1 1

PO 145

A 122

E 5

FLD% .982

SMITHS CAREER HIGHS 6, vs. San Francisco (3/24/02) CS 1, vs. Califronia (2/17/01) 3, vs. Portland (3/17/02) SAC 2, Twice (Recent: at UCSB, 2/1/02) 4, vs. San Francisco (3/24/02) SF 1, at Santa Clara (3/17/01) 4, 3 times (Recent: vs. Santa Clara, 4/26/02) GDP 1, Twice (Recent: at Santa Clara, 4/28/02) 2, vs. San Francisco (3/22/02) K 3, at San Diego (4/20/01) 2, Twice (Recent: vs. CSUN, 2/5/02) PO 3, 3 times (Recent: at UCSB, 2/2/02) 1, 6 times (Recent: at Portland, 4/26/02) E 3, vs. San Francisco (3/25/01)

5 Los Angeles, Ca

Outfielder

5-10•190 Fr-HS

Briefly...James Cooper will play his first season of collegiate baseball with the Lions' program...a tremendous athlete that will help the Lions immediately in the outfield... impressed the team in the fall with consistent play in the field and at the plate...will also be used as a pinchrunner.

High School...He is a 2002 graduate of Santa Monica High School in Santa Monica, CA, with a 3.1 grade point average...a two sport athlete, he was the team captain for his football team and most outstanding player in the Bay League for baseball...he broke school records for touchdowns in football and was part of the first team all CIF for outfield...set state high school record hitting homeruns in six consecutive at-bats.

James

COOPER

Personal...James William Cooper (Coop) was born February 18,1984...his father Raymond William Cooper was also a baseball athlete at CSU Los Angeles from 1981-1982...favorite athlete is Barry Bonds and his favorite team is the San Francisco Giants...his major is undeclared, but has aspirations of being a police officer.

6 5-11•190 So-1V

Briefly...Bradley Takamori enters his second season of collegiate baseball at LMU...will play third base for the Lions...has good hands and solid power at the plate. 2002 Season at LMU...Did not play.

Honolulu, Hi

High School...He is a 2001 graduate of Iolani High School in Honolulu, HI...he finished with a 3.5 grade point average...a three-sport athlete in high school, earned seven letters...earned four baseball letters for coach Dean Yonamine...was a two-time All-Interscholastic League of Honolulu selection...was a honorable mention All-State selection as a sophomore and a second-team selection as a junior and senior...team won state championship as a senior...received Father Bray award for school’s best student-athlete...was an AllLeague selection in football his senior year.

Infielder

7 5-9•160 Jr-2V

Bradley

TAKAMORI

Infielder

2002

R 36

Thousand Oaks, Ca

Smith’s Career Statistics Avg G-GS AB 2002 .320 54-54 197

Briefly...Billy Lockin begins his junior season at LMU...combines good instincts with good knowledge of the game...a solid shortstop leadoff type of player...solid runner with instinctive base running skills...a sparkplug type player...followed a solid freshman season with a tremendous sophomore campaign...a strong personality on the team who has developed into a team leader.

2002 Season Notes at LMU...Hot start of 2002, going 5-for-10 in first five games for the Lions to lead the team in hitting (.500)...went 2-for-4 against UCLA (2-11-02) and CSUN (2-5-02)...had two hits in the Lions four games in the LMU Baseball Classic and Cal State Fullerton...had a seven-game hitting streak heading into Texas...led team with 27 multi-hit games...was 2-for-4 with two RBI in 8-5 loss to Mississippi State...had six RBI against Portland...went 4-for-4 in game three against SMC, going .462 for the week...went 7-for-13 against Pepperdine (.538) with three doubles, raising average 19 points...went .462 in four-game week against USC (4-16-02) and Gonzaga (3 games)...had first career home run against Gonzaga (4-2002)...went 7-for-13 in the three-game series against USD (5-3/5-5-02)...extended hitting streak to eight games with 2-for-4 outing against CSUN (5-1402)...finished season as a first-team All-Conference selection, hitting .371 on the season (sixth in WCC) and .421 against the WCC (fourth in the league)...led team with 15 stolen bases, third in the conference...named Firstteam All-America by Jewish Sports Review.

Billy

LOCKIN

2001 Season Notes at LMU...Appeared in 51 games for the Lions as a true freshman...made 34 starts on the season with 23 coming at second base and 26 in the leadoff position of the line-up...finished hitting .312 on the season...was 43-for-138 at the plate, drawing 19 walks for an on-base percentage of .407, fourth best on the team...had four doubles and 10 RBI and led team with seven stolen bases in 10 attempts...was tied for second on the team with three sacrifice bunts...had 81 assists, third best on the team...finished the season earning an RBI in four of the final five games, totaling seven of his 10 on the season...his best game was the final game of the season, going 4-for-4 with three RBI in win against Gonzaga (5/13/01)...finished season on fivegame hitting streak, and getting a hit in 12 of the last 14 games...during hitting streak he had at least two hits a game...went 2-for-5 with an RBI against USF (5/6/01)...followed that game with a 2-for-5 effort and an RBI and two runs scored against Cal State Northridge (5/8/01)...was 2-for-5 again with two RBI against Gonzaga (5/11/01)...had 2-for-6 effort with a run scored in second game against Gonzaga (5/12/01)...had 12 multiple-hit games in 2001. High School...He is a 2000 graduate of Thousand Oaks High School in Thousand Oaks, CA...four-year letterwinner in baseball...prep coach was Bill Sizemore...was a first-team All-Ventura County selection at shortstop as a sophomore, junior and senior...in the same seasons won all-conference and all-league honors...as a junior earned All-CIF Thousand Oaks Division I second-team honors...team’s gold glove winner as a sophomore and a junior...led region in hitting as a sophomore and senior. Lockin’s Career Statistics Avg G-GS AB 2001 .312 51-34 138 2 0 0 2 . 3 7 1 54-53 2 2 1 To t a l . 3 4 8 1 0 5 - 8 7 3 5 9

2001 2002 To t a l

BB 19 22 41

HBP 4 8 12

SO 15 20 35

R 23 45 68

H 43 82 125

2B 4 15 19

3B 0 2 2

HR 0 1 1

RBI 10 38 48

TB 47 104 151

SLG% .341 . 4 71 .421

GDP 3 3 6

OB% .407 .439 .432

SF 1 4 5

SH 3 3 6

SB-A 7-10 15-21 22-31

PO 88 79 167

A 81 136 217

E 8 15 23

FLD% .9 5 5 .9 3 5 .9 4 3

Personal...Bradley Iwao Takamori was born on Aug. 28, 1983 in Honolulu, HI...he is the son of Naomi and Allen Takamori...he has a brother, Sean...father played football at Shoreline Community College for a season...brother was a four-year letterwinner in baseball at the University of Hawaii...was recruited by Hawaii, USF and Pepperdine...a business administration major.

2003

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17


Personal...Billy Jack Lockin was born Nov. 27, 1982 in Tarzana, CA...he is the son of Howard and Miriam Lockin...father played baseball at CS Northridge and Triple A baseball...is an only child...came to LMU because of the baseball program...recruited by Arkansas, Pepperdine and University of Pacific...played against Jon Higashi in high school...undeclared major.

Jamie

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11 6-3•200 So-1V

OLLER

High School...He is a 2001 graduate of Crespi High School in Encino, CA...finished with a 3.2 grade point average...was a three-year letterwinner for coach Scott Muckey...played third base and behind the plate...was a captain his senior season...was second-team All-Mission League as a junior and a first-team selection as a senior...won Mission League title in 1999 and 2000.

High School...Mah graduated Sylmar High School in Sylmar, CA in 2002 with a 3.6 grade point average...he earned his varsity letters in baseball all four years and was placed on the All-Valley Team his Junior year...his senior year he made the all-area Team, first-team Allleague, was MVP of the Valley Mission League, and was nominated for All-State.

Personal...Jamie Hunter Mah was born July 18, 1984 in Bryn Mawr, PA...son of Barbara Hutchinson Mah and Lawrence D. Mah...he has one younger brother, Justin...was also recruited by SDSU and UCLA before deciding on LMU...major is undeclared.

First Base

Infielder

2002 Season Notes at LMU... Earned start in each game of Lions' season opening series against UCSB...had first hit in 7-5 win (2-202) against UCSB...finished 1-for-1 with two RBI...had first five at-bat game against UCLA...had a careerhigh three hits against Portland (316-02)...hit two homeruns in the seventh inning against USC...continued break-out week with .357 effort against USF including grand slam home run in bottom of the ninth to win game two...had a homerun in game one against San Diego...added his fifth homerun of season against CSUN (5-14-02), finishing the game 2-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBI...hit five home in freshman season with 33 RBI.

Jonathan

MAH

Woodland Hills, Ca

5-11•210 So-1V

Briefly...Jonathan Oller enters his second year of collegiate baseball with the Lions...a solid player at third base...has good power and a great arm...will be counted on as a homerun producer...with his power, should be in line-up consistently.

Sylmar, Ca

Pitcher/Infield

LOCKIN’S CAREER HIGHS 8, vs. San Francisco (3/24/02) HBP 1, 11 times (Recnet: at Portland, 5/17/02) 3, Twice (Recent: vs. Santa Clara, 4/26/02) SAC 3, 6 times (Recent: at USUN, 5/14/02) 5, vs. San Francisco (3/24/02) SF 1, 5 times (Recent: vs. San Diego, 5/3/02) 3, 5 times (Recent: vs. USF, 3/24/02) GDP 1, 6 times (Recent: vs. Portland, 3/16/02) 2, at San Francisco (5/12/02) K 3, vs. California (2/16/01) 2, 6 times (Recnet: vs. USC 3/19/02) A 6, 8 times (Recent: at USF, 5/10/02) 2, Twice (Recent: at Saint Mary’s, 4/7/02) PO 7, at CS Northridge (5/8/01) 1, 1 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/17/02) E 3, Twice (Recnet: at USF, 5/10/02)

Beverly Hills, C A

AB R H RBI 2B BB SB CS

9 5-10•170 Fr-HS

Briefly...Enters his first season with the Lions...a well-rounded athlete that will help both on the mound and in the infield...will definitely help the Lions in freshman campaign.

Briefly...Carl Stoeber enters his third season with the Lions after redshirting in 2001...has natural athletic ability ...showed flashes of a solid offensive player last spring...will be a cornerstone at first base...one of the stronger players on the Lions’ roster...has gained 20 pounds of muscle since last season...very talented player.

2002 Season Notes at LMU... Earned first collegiate hit against Cal State Northridge (2/5/02)...earned second hit against Arizona State in pinch hitter role...went 4-for-6 with three runs scored and two RBI against USC (319-02)...went 2-for-2 as a pinch hitter with an RBI...was 2-for-4 against SMC (4-5-02)...was hottest hitter in series against USF (5-10/5-12), going .583 from the plate (7-for-12) with three doubles and five RBI...was 3-for-4 with two RBI in 7-5 win over USF (5-11-02)...hit a team second-best .370 on the season in 81 at-bats, going .451 in the WCC.

Carl

STOEBER

Personal...Jonathan Rey Oller was born on July 2, 1983 in Van Nuys, CA... he is the son of Louise and Rey Oller...he has one brother, Luke...father attended LMU for one year...was recruited by UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara, USC and Long Beach State...chose LMU because “everything was right for me.”...played against teammates Jonathan Higashi and Billy Lockin...undeclared major. Oller’s Career Statistics Avg G-GS AB 2 0 0 2 . 2 9 5 5 0 - 5 0 19 3

2002

AB R H RBI 2B BB SB

BB 13

HBP 3

SO 49

R 34

H 57

2B 12

3B 0

HR 5

RBI 33

TB 84

SLG% .435

GDP 5

OB% .344

SF 3

SH 1

SB-A 4 -6

PO 47

A 100

E 17

2001 Season Notes at LMU...Redshirted freshman season.

FLD% .896

OLLER’S CAREER HIGHS 6, 3 times (Recent: vs. USF, 3/24/02) CS 1, Twice (Recent: vs. Pepperdine, 4/14/02) 4, vs. USC (3/19/02) SAC 2, vs. San Diego State (2/26/02) 4, Twice (Recent: vs. San Diego, 5/4/02) SF 1, 3 times (Recent: vs. Pepperdine, 4/14/02) 7, vs. USC (3/19/02) GDP 1, 5 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/19/02) 2, at Portland (5/18/02) K 3, at Gonzaga (4/19/02) 3, at UC Santa Barbara (2/2/02) PO 10, at UC Santa Barbara (2/2/02) 2, at UC Santa Barbara (2/2/02) E 3, vs. Portland (3/16/02)

Sophomore Carl Stoeber

18

2003

BASEBALL

High School... a graduate of Beverly Hills High School...was a threesport star, lettering all four years in baseball and soccer and three years in football...as the team captain his senior season of the baseball team, he took home AllBay League honors...set the school record for triples with eight...was a four-year all-league selection...was selected as the freshman athlete of the year and best offensive player for the baseball team in 1997...repeated the feat in 1998 as a sophomore...was also a fourtime second-team allleague selection in soccer...set the school fresh-


Personal...Carl Jesse Stoeber was born Jan. 31,1982 in Los Angeles, CA...he is the son of Orville and Denise Stoeber...was recruited by Georgetown, SDSU, CSUN and Chapman before choosing LMU...major is sociology.

2002

AB R H RBI 2B BB SB

BB 9

HBP 4

SO 17

GDP 2

H 30

2B 6

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 9

TB 36

SLG% .444

OB% .457

SF 0

SH 1

SB-A 2 -2

PO 104

A 8

E 7

FLD% .941

STOEBER’S CAREER HIGHS 6, vs. USC (3/19/02) CS 0 3, Twice (Recent: at Portland, 5/19/02) SAC 1, at Portland (5/19/02) 4, vs. USC (3/19/02) SF 0 2, 3 Times (Recent: at USF, 5/11/02) GDP 1, at Gonzaga (4/20/02) 1, 6 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/19/02) K 3, at CS Northridge (5/14/02) 2, vs. San Diego (5/4/02) PO 12, at San Francisco (5/10/02) 2, at Portland (5/17/02) E 2, at USC (4/16/02)

12

2002 Season Notes at LMU...Earned 7-5 win over UCSB (22-02), going 6.1 innings, allowing four runs on four hits with six strikeouts...had longest outing of season with 5.2 innings at Texas in the loss...went six innings in start against MSU, allowing just two runs on seven hits to set-up Lions win...earned save with 3.1 innings of relief in game two of USD series, allowing no runs on two hits...earned second straight save in 8-2 win over SMC (4-7-02)...earned win with 2.0 innings of relief against Pepperdine (4-1402), allowing just one hit and striking out four...earned his third save of the season with 3.0 innings of work in 7-5 win over USF (5-11-02), earning five strikeouts and just one walk...earned a save against Portland in 8-5 win (5-1802), going a perfect 1.1 innings, striking out three...finished the season with four saves, a record of 2-5 and a 6.10 ERA.

Joshua

MUECKE

2001 Season Notes at LMU...He finished his freshman season with 28 appearances...he made 12 starts... finished with a 5-7 record, tied for the most wins on the staff...pitched 75.2 innings and finished with a 6.07 ERA...was second on the team with 62 strikeouts and had 37 walks...one of his best games was the final game of the season against Gonzaga (5/13/01)...he went eight innings, allowed three runs on 10 hits, striking out a career high nine Bulldogs...against Saint Mary’s (4/8/01) he struckout eight and allowed two earned runs and three hits in 6.2 innings...in a six-inning performance against San Francisco (3/24/02) he allowed just one earned run on nine hits...he earned his only save of the season with 1.1 innings against Gonzaga (3/10/01). High School...Graduated from Scripps Ranch High School in 2000 with a 3.4 grade point average...a twosport star, earning letters in baseball and water polo...lettered as a junior and senior for the baseball team...was team captain as a senior...was voted most valuable pitcher in his final two seasons...was nominated to the AllCentral League first-team last season...played outfield and first base in addition to pitching for coach Roger Engle...lettered all four years in water

Muecke’s Career Statistics APP GS ERA W-L 2001 6.07 5-7 28 12 22 11 2 0 0 2 6 . 1 0 2-5 To t a l 6 . 0 8 7 - 7 50 23

2001 2002 To t a l

BB 37 32 69

SO 62 60 122

2B 23 19 32

3B 1 1 2

MUECKE’S CAREER HIGHS Best: Worst:

5/13/01; vs. Gonzaga (Winning Pitcher, 6-4 8.0 IP, 10 H, 1 R, 9 K 3 BB) 4/14/01; vs. Pepperdine (Losing Pitcher, 11-0 3.2 IP, 11 H, 8 R)

Career Highs IP 8.0, vs. Gonzaga (5/13/01) K 9, vs. Gonzaga (5/13/01) BB 5, at San Francisco (5/6/01)

2003

CG 0 0 0

SH/CB 0 /0 0/0 0 /0

SV 1 4 5

IP 75.2 69.1 145.0

H 98 95 193

R 57 62 119

ER 51 47 98

HR 5 6 11

AB 312 293 615

B/Avg. .314 .324 .314

WP 6 8 14

HBP 5 7 12

BK 1 3 4

SFA 2 3 5

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Briefly...Enters his third season at LMU...left-handed pitcher who performed well last season...should be one of the Lions’ top starting pitchers...threw a lot of pitches and showed a good change and curve ball...will look to him to continue where he left off from last season.

San Diego, Ca

Left-Handed Pitcher

6-3•195 Jr-2V

Personal...Joshua Christopher Muecke (Mick) was born Jan. 9, 1982 in San Diego, CA...he is the son of Jackson and Christine Muecke...has three sisters, Alexis, Meredith and Lauren...father played football and baseball at the University of San Diego...winning CIF Championship in water polo was most memorable high school athletic achievement...was recruited by Cal State Fullerton, San Diego State, UC Riverside, San Diego and UC Davis...a business major.

5-11•200 Jr-2V

Catcher

Stoeber’s Career Statistics Avg G-GS AB R 2002 .370 34-20 81 10

polo...was voted All-Western League as a sophomore, junior and senior...was an All-American his final two seasons in the pool...also earned all-state and All-CIF first-team honors.

Canoga Park, ca

man record for goals (8) and assists (11)...was football team captain his senior season...a second-team all-conference selection as a junior and a firstteam selection as a senior...started both ways and led the team with 77 receptions as a senior.

SHA 6 6 12

Briefly...Jonathan Higashi begins his third season with the LMU program... was one of the Lions’ best hitters last spring...showed a tremendous eye... improved as a defensive catcher...could bat anywhere from the number two to six spots in the line-up...has done a nice job of getting better in working with the pitchers.

2002 Season Notes at LMU... Ended 2001 season with seven game hit streak and extended streak to 12, earning a hit in the Lions first five games of 2002...had 16-game hitting streak heading into series against Texas...went 6-for-13 (.462) against Portland, including five runs scored and no errors in the field...had the game winning hit against Pepperdine (4-13-02) and finished the week hitting 8-for-16 (.500)...continued hot hitting with .545 (6-for11) outing in series against Santa Clara with a double, triple and two RBI with four runs scored...finished season hitting .335 and was named honorable mention All-Conference...hit .362 in the WCC and added 13 doubles on the season.

Jonathan

HIGASHI

2001 Season Notes at LMU...Played in 39 games, making 20 starts as a true freshman in the Lions’ line-up...all 20 starts came behind the plate for the Lions...finished hitting .286 on the season (24-for-84)...had a home run, triple and nine RBI...home run came in bottom of 10th inning to tie the game against Portland (3/30/01) that the Lions came from behind to win...finished the 2001 season with a six-game hitting streak, which included three multiple-hit games...was 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored against San Francisco (3/6/01)...was 3-for-6 with two RBI and two runs scored at Gonzaga HIGASHI’S CAREER HIGHS (5/11/01)...finished the season AB 6, at Gonzaga (5/11/01) with a 2-for-4 effort that included R 4, vs. Cal Poly (2/17/02) two runs scored and an RBI H 4, vs. Santa Clara (4/26/02) against Gonzaga (5/13/01). RBI 2, 5 times (Recent: vs. San Diego, 5/3/02) High School...He is a 2000 graduate of Chaminade College Prep...finished high school with a 3.4 grade point average...a fouryear letterwinner in baseball...was nominated team captain as a junior and senior...his junior season with coach Scott Drootin was his finest...was a first-team AllMission League selection and a

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2B 3B HR BB SB CS HBP SAC SF GDP K PO A E

2, vs. Portland (3/17/02) 1, 3 times (Recent: vs. SCU, 4/27/02) 1, vs. Portland (3/30/01) 3, at Cal State Northridge (5/14/02 2, vs. Santa Clara (4/26/02) 1, 3 times (Recent: vs. San diego, 5/5/02) 4, vs. Cal Poly (2/17/02) 1, 5 times (Recent: at USF, 5/11/02) 1, at Portland (5/17/02) 1, 6 times (Recent: vs. SCU, 4/28/02) 3, at Mississippi State (3/9/02) 12, vs. Portland (3/17/02) 3, 3 times (Recent: at UCSB, 2/1/02) 2, vs. Cal Poly (2/17/02)

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first-team Division 4 All-CIF selection...also earned all-academic honors, maintaining a 3.0 GPA throughout the season.

2001 2002 To t a l

BB 5 21 26

HBP 7 4 11

SO 12 18 30

GDP 0 6 6

2B 0 13 13

3B 1 2 3

HR 1 0 1

RBI 9 18 27

TB 29 83 112

SLG% .345 .421 .399

OB% .375 .408 .399

SF 0 1 1

SH 1 4 5

SB-A 2 -3 8-10 1 0 -1 3

PO 155 278 433

A 19 39 58

E 1 10 11

15 Rancho Murieta, Ca

Right-Handed Pitcher

6-1•175 So-1V

High School...Graduated in 2002 from Mission Viejo High School with a 4.3 grade point average...his Junior year he was First-team All South Coast League...Senior year he was first-team All South Coast League, 1st-Team All Orange County, and 1st-Team all CIF at shortstop and pitcher...he was the South Coast League MVP...earned the David Gray Memorial Scholarship for having the highest GPA on the baseball team as well as being named Scholar Athlete of the year at Mission Viejo High School.

Kyle

FLD% .994 .969 .978

Briefly...Randy Waite enters his second season at LMU...a righthanded pitcher that should see a lot of innings in his second year...has a good knowledge of pitching...throws the ball for strikes anytime in the count.

2002 Season Notes at LMU... Earned a save in first collegiate appearance against UCSB 2-2-02) pitching two hitless innings, striking out two and walking one...earned first win against Cal Poly on Feb. 17...earned first loss against CS Fullerton on Feb. 19...went 3.1 innings against USC and allowed two runs on four hits with a career high five strikeouts...allowed four runs on four hits, no earned against Pepperdine (4-12-02)...allowed just one run on one hit in two innings of work in two games against Gonzaga...pitched in three games for the Lions, allowing an unearned run on one hit against Long Beach State (4-30-02) and then no earned runs in 2.1 innings in two games against USD...finished the week with a 2.70 ERA...made 19 appearances in freshman season, earning a 7.92 ERA with a record of 1-1.

Randy

Infielder

H 24 66 90

MURA

Personal...Kyle Ryan Mura was born Nov. 24,1984 in San Diego,CA to Seana and Stephen Mura...he has one younger brother, Erik...his father was played baseball at Tulane University from 1973-75...father was drafted by the San Diego Padres, but played for the Oakland and St. Louis...Kyle was recruited as well by Cal State Fullerton, Texas A&M, and Arizona before he chose to come to LMU due to the exceptional coaching staff and the University’s reputation....major is undeclared.

17 6-0•190 Jr-TR

Personal...Randy Joe Waite was born on March 13, 1983 in Roseville, CA...he is the son of Sandra and Randy Waite...has a brother, Jack...father played baseball at Westminster College in 1971-74...was recruited by Arizona State, George Mason and Santa Clara...a communications major that hopes to go into radio and television broadcasting.

Waite’s Career Statistics ERA W-L APP 2002 7.63 1-1 19

2002

20

BB 21

SO 19

2B 9

WAITE’S CAREER HIGHS Best: Worst:

3/19/02; vs. USC (ND, 31-7 victory 3.1 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 5 K 0 BB) 2/23/02; at Texas (ND, 17-3 0.1 IP, 3 H, 6 R)

Outfielder

WAITE

High School...He is a 2001 graduate of Sheldon High School in Sacramento, CA...finished with a 3.48 grade point average...was a three-year letterwinner for coach Steve Klein...earned All-City honors as a senior...also was a firstteam All-Elk Grove Area and All-Delta League selection as a senior...earned a bronze medal at the AAU 16-Under Junior Olympics and a silver medal at the Caba World Series...earned a varsity letter in basketball as a sophomore.

Matt

WHITE

CG 0

SH/CB SV 0 /0 1

3B 4

HR 4

AB 126

IP 30.2

B/Avg. WP .333 1

H 42

R 37

ER 26

HBP 4

BK 0

SFA 3

Notes at Junior College...Played the 2001 and 2002 seasons at Ohlone College in Fremont, Calif....hit .366 in his final season at Ohlone...added six home runs, 39 RBI and seven stolen bases to earn first-team AllCoast Conference honors.

Personal...Matthew Allen White was born on Feb. 14, 1982 in San Leandro, CA...he is the son of Bradley White and Danita and Dennis Romero...has two brothers, Alex and Nick, along with two sisters, Hannah and Ashley...was also recruited by Washington State and Nevada-Reno before coming to LMU...a business major with hopes of going into marketing or advertising.

SHA 4

2003

Briefly...Matt White enters his first season at LMU after transferring from Ohlone Junior College...he has a very strong arm that and should play immediately for LMU...his junior college experience has allowed him to play a lot of innings...has become one of the leaders on the team...looking for big contributions in his first year with the Lions.

High School...He is a 2000 graduate of Dublin High School with a 3.3 GPA...was a three-year letterwinner in baseball...captained his team as a senior...named All-Tri County Athletic League three times...played in the Northern California-Southern California All-Star game as a senior, winning in three games...led team to three the NCS championships.

Career Highs IP 3.1, twice (Recent: vs. USF, 3/24/02) K 5, vs. USC (3/19/02) BB 3, Twice (Recent: vs. USD, 5/4/02)

GS 0

Trabuco Cyn, Ca

Higashi’s Career Statistics Avg G-GS AB R 2001 .286 39-20 84 15 2 0 0 2 . 3 3 5 54-52 1 9 7 3 8 To t a l . 3 2 0 9 3 - 7 2 28 1 5 3

16 6-3•190 Fr-HS

Dublin, Ca

Personal...Jonathan S. Higashi was born July 20, 1982 in Panorama City, CA...he is the son of Curtis and Nilda Higashi...has one brother, Bradley...came to LMU because of its athletic and academic reputation...was recruited by USF, Cal Poly, Cal State Northridge and Sonoma State...competed against teammate James Rivero in high school...was involved in Small Christian Communities in high school...a business major.

Briefly...Kyle Mura enters his first season at LMU..he is a big strong infielder that will help LMU immediately...has a strong arm...will compete for the starting position at third base...looking for big contributions in his first year with the Lions.

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Joe

FRAZEE

High School...He is a 2001 graduate of Carlsbad High School in Carlsbad, CA...he finished with a 3.36 grade Sophomore Joe Frazee point average...he earned six letters in high school, four in baseball for coaches Randy Davila and Matt Parker, and two in football...he was a captain for the baseball team as a senior...he earned All-Avocado League honors his sophomore, junior and senior seasons...he was also an All-CIF Division I selection as a junior...he was voted team MVP and was an all-league academic selection as a senior...in football he was an all-league selection as a sophomore and junior...he hit a grand slam against El Captain in the playoffs. Personal...Joseph David Frazee was born on June 16, 1983 in Oceanside, CA...he is the son of Christy and Earl Frazee...he has one brother, Mike, and two sisters, Michelle and Julie...his brother Mike played baseball at Whittier College...was recruited by Texas A&M, Tulane and San Diego...a business major. Frazee’s Career Statistics Avg G-GS AB R 2002 .335 53-46 182 32

2002

AB R H RBI 2B BB SB

BB 24

HBP 4

SO 25

GDP 5

H 61

2B 7

3B 1

HR 0

RBI 24

TB 70

SLG% .385

OB% .416

SF 4

SH 7

SB-A 9 -1 3

PO 126

A 1

E 0

Manhattan Beach, Ca

Carlsbad, Ca

Outfielder

2002 Season Notes at LMU... Earned first hit against Cal Poly in 17-15 win...was 2-for-2 against Arizona State with a run scored and an RBI...earned start in final game against MSU, drove in winning run and finished 2-for-2...went 6-for-14 (.429) against Portland, getting his first double and earning a career-high three RBI (3-17-02)...hit .545 against USF to extend hitting streak of 10 games...stretched hitting streak to 20 games with multiple hits in all four games against Long Beach State (4-9-02) and Pepperdine (4-12/4-14), finishing 9-for-18 on the week (.500) before having the hit streak snapped against USC..hit .462 against USF and had five RBI in the series (5-10/5-12)...was 6-for-12 in final weekend of season, adding three runs scored, three doubles and four RBI...was 3-for-3 with two RBI in 8-5 win (5-18-02)...earned second-team All-Conference ...hit .335 on the season and .383 in the WCC...finished the season with no errors with 126 putouts...named honorable mention Freshman All-America by Collegiate Baseball.

19 6-0•205 Jr-2V

Catcher/ Outfielder

18 5-11•175 So-1V

Briefly...Joe Frazee enters his second season at LMU...very quick athlete that runs the bases well...has good strength...ran down fly balls in the outfield well last season...has good instincts for the game in the outfield...earned respect of team with his outstanding work ethic...although an underclassman, takes charge in center.

Briefly...Brady Koch begins his third season at LMU...has become much stronger with hard work in the weight room...will play multiple positions, catcher, right field and designated hitter...shows big power at the plate...needs to be disciplined as a hitter...at times can create power at the plate...has a good arm...shows solid defense.

2002 Season Notes at LMU...Hit a game-winning three-run home run against Cal Poly in the bottom of the ninth...had a pinch hit double against Long Beach State (4-9-02)...was 1for-5 in two appearances in USF series, earning start in rightfield on Friday (5-10-02)...finished season hitting .195 (6-for-31), earning a double and a home run with six RBI.

Brady

KOCH

2001 Season Notes at LMU...Played in 12 games as a true freshman for the Lions...earned a start against Portland (4/1/01)...had one hit on the season against UC Santa Barbara...the hit was a double...had 10 at-bats on the season and finished with two runs scored...had an at-bat in third game of season against Hawaii-Hilo (2/3/01), his first of collegiate career...scored first run of career against UC Santa Barbara (2/23/01)...scored again in next game against UC Santa Barbara (3/1/01)...had two at-bats in a game twice, once against UC Santa Barbara (3/1/01) and in the start against Portland (4/1/01)...had a career high five putouts in Portland game...also had first assist of career against the Pilots. High School...He graduated from Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, CA...finished with a 3.67 GPA...lettered in baseball his final two years at Mira Costa, earning All-Bay League honors both years...in his senior season he earned all-area honors in South Bay...was voted by teammates as the “Most Inspirational Player” in 1999...played almost every position for coach Jim Beaumont. Personal...Brady Daniel Koch was born Sept. 8, 1982 in Inglewood, CA...he is the son of Ronald and Cathleen Koch...has three brothers, Scott, Christopher and Matthew...was recruited by BYU and Trinity (TX) College...played against teammate Billy Lockin in high school...a business major.

AB R H RBI 2B BB SB

KOCH’S CAREER HIGHS 5, at San Francisco (5/10/02) CS 0 3, vs. USC (3/19/02) SAC 0 1, 7 Times (Recent: at San Francisco 5/10/02) SF 0 3, vs. Cal Poly (2/17/02) GDP 0 1, Twice (Recent: at Long Beach St., 4/9/02) K 3, Twice (Recent: at USF, 5/10/02) 1, 5 times (Recent: vs. LBSU, 4/30/02) PO 5, vs. Portland (4/1/02) 0 E 1, Twice (Recent: at Texas, 2/24/02)

Koch’s Career Statistics Avg G-GS AB 2001 .100 12-1 10 2 0 0 2 . 1 9 4 22-5 31 To t a l . 1 7 1 4 3 - 6 41

2001 2002 To t a l

BB 2 3 5

HBP 0 1 1

SO 4 13 17

R 2 6 8

H 1 6 7

2B 1 1 2

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 1 1

RBI 0 6 6

TB 2 10 12

SLG% .200 . 3 23 .293

GDP 0 0 0

OB% .250 .286 .277

SF 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

SB-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO 18 9 27

A 1 0 1

E 1 1 2

FLD% .9 5 0 .9 0 0 .9 3 3

FLD% 1.000

FRAZEE’S CAREER HIGHS 6, vs. Long Beach State (4/30/02) CS 1, 4 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/18/02) 3, 3 Times (Recent: at Portland, 5/17/02) SAC 1, 7 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/18/02) 3, 4 Times (Recent: at Portland, 5/18/02) SF 1, 4 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/18/02) 3, vs. Portland (3/17/02) GDP 1, 5 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/19/02) 1, 7 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/19/02) K 2, 5 times (Recent: vs. San Diego, 5/4/02) 2, 6 times (Recent: at CSUN, 5/14/02) PO 7, 2 times (Recent: vs. San Diego, 5/4/02) 1, 9 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/18/02) E 0

2003

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21


2002 Season Notes at LMU...Pitched a scoreless inning in his first appearance for LMU at UC Santa Barbara (1/31/02) to combine with Kevin Jenson and Scott Sarver for LMU’s only shutout of the season...appeared in seven games amassing 9.2 innings...finished the season with five strikeouts, seven walks and a 14.90 ERA. 1

Todd

LUNDWALL

2001 Season Notes at Kansas State...Made 11 appearances as a sophomore for the Wildcats...pitched in 11.0 innings and finished with nine strikeouts...had a 13.09 ERA. 2000 Season Notes at Kansas State...,made 23 appearances and threw in 50.2 innings...his innings were the fourth most for the pitching staff...he was 15 on the season and had an era of 6.93...he made three starts and had two saves...he finished with 32 strikeouts...he threw a 10-inning complete game gem against Harvard (2/25/00), earning his first collegiate win...in the victory, he allowed just one earned run on seven hits, striking out seven and walking just two batters...he also earned a save against Nebraska (3/10/00), throwing a third of an inning in a 4-3 win...he picked up his second save in 2.2 innings in a win over Oklahoma State (4/9/00). High School...He is a 1999 graduate of Catalina Foothills High School in Tucson, AZ...he finished with a 4.0 grade point average...a two-sport athlete that earned four letters, one in golf and three in baseball for coach Jason LUNDWALL’S CAREER HIGHS Hisey...had a solid junior season, (at Kansas State 2000-01) earning all-city, all-conference and Best: 3/25/00 vs. Harvard all-league honors...had a career high (Winning Pitcher, 3-2 15 strikeouts in seven innings as a jun10.0 IP, 1 ER, 7 K, 7 H, CG) ior. Worst: 4/1/00 at Texas Tech Personal...Todd M. Lundwall was born on Dec. 24, 1980 in Tucson, AZ...he is the son of Janis and Dan Lundwall...he has a brother, Scott...was also recruited by Baylor, Arizona and Houston...an avid golfer...a finance major.

(Losing Pitcher, 19-7 1.2 IP, H, 7 ER, 5 BB, 0 K) Career Highs IP 10.0, vs. Harvard (3/25/00) K 7, vs. Harvard (3/25/00) BB 5, Twice (Recent: at Wichita St. 5/2/00)

Lundwall’s Career Statistics (2000-01 at Kansas State) ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB S V IP 2000 6.93 1-5 23 3 1 0 /0 2 50.2 2001 13.09 0-0 11 0 0 0 /0 0 11.0 7 0 0 0/1 0 9.2 2 0 0 2 1 4 . 9 0 0-0 To t a l s 8 . 9 6 1 - 5 41 3 1 0 /1 2 71.1

2000 2001 2002 To t a l s

BB 36 16 7 59

SO 32 9 5 46

2B 17 5 6 28

3B 1 0 0 1

HR 8 1 1 10

AB 210 49 52 311

B/Avg. .276 .305 .500 .318

WP 4 6 1 11

H 58 15 26 99

R 55 17 18 90

ER 39 16 16 71

HBP 10 5 3 18

BK 0 1 0 1

SFA 1 0 2 3

SHA 1 0 1 2

21 6-3•205 Jr-2V

Vincent

2002 Season Notes at LMU...Earned first win of season in 5-4 decision over Cal Poly...earned 52 win in start against USD; going 5.2 innings and allowing just two runs...went 6.1 innings for the win against SMC...was solid in start in 7-5 win over Pepperdine (4-14-02), allowing five runs on 10 hits in a no decision...earned a win against Santa Clara (4-26-02), going seven innings and allowing just two earned runs...earned a 14-5 win over San Diego on Friday (5-3-02), allowing just four earned runs on 10 hits in 6.1 innings...improved to 8-3 on the season and 6-1 in the WCC with a 13-4 win over USF (5-10-02)...he had allowed no runs and four hits through eight innings before Dons scored in the bottom of the ninth...led the Lions’ staff with eight wins, going 8-4 overall and 6-2 in the WCC...was an honorable mention All-Conference selection. 2001 Season Notes at LMU...Finished his freshman campaign with 18 appearances, 14 as a starter...he finished with a 5.23 ERA and a 3-4 record as the Lions primary starter in the rotation...finished with 75.2 innings pitched, allowing 44 earned runs and striking out 42 batters...he closed the season going seven or more innings in his final two starts...allowed three earned runs in a seven-inning outing against San Francisco (5/6/01)...followed that outing with a seven-inning performance against Gonzaga (5/12/01), allowing four runs on just seven hits...he had a seven strikeout performance in a 6.1-inning outing against Cal Poly (3/2/01), allowing just three hits and one earned run. High School...He is a 2000 graduate from California High School in Whittier, CA...finished with a 4.1 grade point average...was a three-year letterwinner in baseball...was captain his senior season...was voted to the all-area team his sophomore, junior and senior seasons...those seasons also earned him All Del Rio League honors...was a second-team All-CIF selection his junior season and first-team his senior season...led team to CIF Championship a year ago...won Del-Rio League three consecutive years...voted as the Whittier Daily News Player of the Week last season...voted Pitcher of the Year in 1999, along with Del-Rio League MVP and first-team All-CIF in 2000...was a threetime all-conference academic team selection...participated in the 2000 North/South All-Star game. Personal...Vincent Harwood Cordova was born April 16, 1982 in Los Alamitos, CA...he is the son of Arthur and Donna Cordova...has a brother, Thomas, and a sister, Roseann... names the CIF Championship his high school baseball team won as his most memorable athletic moment...chose LMU for its baseball program and coaching staff...was heavily recruited on the West Coast...major is business.

2001 2002 To t a l

2003

Briefly...Vincent Cordova begins his third season of collegiate baseball with LMU...RHP with a lively arm in terms of velocity...had a tremendous fall showing a myriad of pitches...for team to have success in 2003 he needs to throw a lot of innings once again...good curve ball...highly recruited out of California High School... consistent with strikes and keeps the ball low in the strike zone...has shown great maturity in becoming one of the elite pitchers in the conference.

CORDOVA

Cordova’s Career Statistics ERA W-L APP GS 2001 5.23 3-4 18 14 21 11 2 0 0 2 6 . 5 2 8-4 To t a l 5 . 8 9 1 1 - 8 39 25

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Whittier, Ca

Tucson, Az

Right-Handed Pitcher

6-2•205 Sr-1V

Right-Handed Pitcher

20

Briefly...Todd Lundwall joins the LMU program for the second and final year after transferring from Kansas State University...a hard throwing right-handed pitcher ...throws in the upper 80s and lower 90s...has improved his mechanics and will be a valuable contributor this season.

BB 28 25 53

SO 42 55 997

2B 20 25 45

BASEBALL

3B 2 4 6

CORDOVA’S CAREER HIGHS Best: Worst:

5/10/02 at San Francisco (Winning Pitcher, 13-4 8.2 IP, 4 ER, 8 K, 0 BB) 5/17/02 at Portland (Losing Pitcher, 18-10 2.2 IP, 8 ER, 9 H, 1 HB)

Career Highs IP 8.2, at San Francisco (5/10/02) K 8, at San Francisco (5/10/02) BB 4, at Long Beach St. (4/3/01)

CG 0 0 0

SH/CB 0 /0 0/0 0 /0

SV 0 0 0

IP 75.2 78.2 154.1

H 107 119 226

R 64 62 126

ER 44 57 101

HR 3 12 15

AB 321 336 657

B/Avg. .333 .354 .344

WP 4 2 6

HBP 9 8 17

BK 0 1 1

SFA 5 4 9

SHA 8 2 10


High School...He is a 2001 graduate of Palm Desert High School in Palm Desert, CA...he finished with a 3.2 grade point average...was a three-year letterwinner in baseball and a twoyear letterwinner in football... played for baseball coach Daral Salazar...was a first-team Desert Valley Conference selection his sophomore, junior and senior seasons...earned All-Palm Desert City honors and All-Coachella Valley honors his final three years...was an All-State Junior Class Division III selection and a Division III first-team All-CIF selection his junior season... earned all-city, all-area and all-conference honors his junior season in football...was awarded defensive player of the year by Palm Desert High School. HUDDY’S CAREER HIGHS Personal...Kyle Paige Gibbs Huddy was born on June 13, 1983 in Palm Springs, CA...he is the son of JoAnna and Ken Huddy...he has one sister, Noelle...father played collegiate hockey in 1969-70...was recruited by Cal, Pepperdine, and Arizona State...a business major.

Huddy’s Career Statistics ERA W-L APP GS 2002 9.27 3-6 23 8

2002

BB 37

SO 53

2B 23

3B 3

25 6-2•205 Fr-HS

Stephen

KAHN

HR 11

AB 322

B/Avg. WP .311 8

H 100

R 86

ER 79

HBP 9

BK 0

SFA 5

Briefly...Stephen Kahn enters his first season with the Lions...a talented pitcher who is just scratching the surface of his potential...has a sound arm and is learning the game quickly...expected to be a solid contributor in his first season...also provides the Lions a tremendous left-handed bat. High School...He is a 2002 graduate of Servite High School in Anaheim, CA...pitched and played second and third base for coach Todd Cook...earned three varsity letters and was voted MVP of his team as a freshman...named All-Serra League as a senior after beating Mater Dei High School...served as team’s cap-

Personal...Stephen James Kahn was born on Dec. 14, 1983 in Fullerton, CA...he is the son of Stephen Kahn and Lisa Hendrix...has two brothers, Nolan and John, and two sisters, Emma and Ellie...was also recruited by Cal State Fullerton and Arizona State...chose LMU for its baseball program and coaching staff...was drafted in the eighth round of the Major League Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers...has not declared a major.

26 6-1•170 Fr-HS

SHA 3

High School...He is a 2002 graduate of California High School in Whittier, CA...pitched and played second and third base for coach Anthony Gonzales...earned two varsity letters...team captain...voted squad and Del Rio League MVP as a senior...named all-area and firstteam Division II All-CIF.

tain during final campaign.

Career Highs IP 8.0, vs. USF (3/22/02) K 7, at UCSB (2/1/02) BB 4, 3 times (Recent: vs. SCU, 4/28/02)

IP 76.2

Briefly...Erik Reyes enters his first season with the Lions...one of the hardest working players on the team...expected to be a solid contributor in his first season...has a good breaking ball that will keep batters off balance.

Personal...Erik Anton Reyes was born on Sept. 10, 1984 in Downey, CA...he is the son of Ricardo and Pamela Reyes...has two brothers, Joshua and Anthony, who plays baseball for USC...was also recruited by Cal State Northridge and Saint Mary’s...chose LMU for its baseball program and academics...plans to major in business.

3/22/02; vs. San Francisco (Winning Pitcher, 6-4 8.0 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 4 K 3 BB) Worst: 3/28/02; at San Diego (Losing Pitcher, 12-2 4.0 IP, 15 H, 9 R)

SH/CB S V 0 /0 0

Whittier, Ca

REYES

Best:

CG 0

Right-Handed Pitcher

Erik

Anaheim, Ca

Sophomore Kyle Huddy

6-0•190 Fr-HS

Brandon

DiTOLLA

Yorba Linda, Ca

HUDDY

2002 Season Notes at LMU...Went four innings, allowed a run on two hits against UCSB (2-1-02)...earned first start of career against CSUN (25-02) and went 5.0 innings with four runs on four hits and three strikeouts...picked up first win against San Diego State...went eight innings and earned win against USF in game one, allowing just four runs on five hits...pitched in every game of the week, going 1.2 innings against Long Beach State (4-30-02) and 2.1 innings in three games against USD (5-3/5-502)...allowed three runs on four hits in two innings in 11-5 win over Portland (5-1902) to close the season...pitched second most innings on the staff in freshman season with 76.2...had a 9.27 ERA and a record of 3-6.

23

Right-Handed Pitcher

Kyle

Bermuda Dunes, Ca

Right-Handed Pitcher

6-3•225 So-1V

Infielder

22

Briefly...Kyle Huddy enters his second season at LMU...a relentless worker that asserted himself as a starter last spring...a big right-handed pitcher... works his pitches well and has a great breaking ball...looking to give Lions a lot of innings...has good velocity on all his pitches...had a tremendous summer, with a 4-0 record for the Matsu Miners in the Alaska League...struckout 42 batters in 44 1/3 innings with a 1.42 ERA.

Briefly...Brandon DiTolla enters his first season with the Lions...will redshirt this season...needs to get bigger and stronger, but is expected to be a contributor to the team in the future. High School...He is a 2002 graduate of El Dorado High School in Placentia, CA...he earned a pair of varsity letters, while being named All-Empire League as a junior and a senior...his team won the 2001 CIF Baseball Championship...also captained baseball team for coaches Matt Stine and Steve Gullotti...had three varsity letters in football.

Personal...Brandon John DiTolla was born on March 12, 1984 in Denver, CO...he is the son of Stephen and Patricia DiTolla...father played baseball at Arizona...has one brother, Justin...was also recruited by Pepperdine...chose LMU for its baseball program and academics...a business major.

2003

BASEBALL

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Briefly...Justin Abreu enters his fourth and final season with the LMU program...provides solid outings that always gives his team a chance to win...has matured in his previous three seasons...has become a leader of the LMU pitching staff...can throw all three of his pitches for strikes at anytime in the count...can give the Lions a lot of innings...had a fine summer playing for the Matsu Miners in the Alaska League...went 3-3 with a 2.43 ERA, striking out 29 in 59.2 innings, while allowing just 12 walks.

tional championship in his final season.

2002 Season Notes at LMU...Allowed just one earned run in 5.1 innings against Portland and Cal State Fullerton...earned win in 3.0 innings against USC...earned second straight win with 5.2 innings of relief in 11-7 victory over USF in game two...earned third straight win in start against USD...went 7.0 innings in loss to SMC, 3-2 (4-6-02)...earned 7-5 win against USF (5-11-02), allowing just one earned run (three unearned) on seven hits in six innings of work...earned an 8-5 win over Portland (5-18-02), allowing five runs (four earned) on 10 hits in 7.2 innings...finished the season 5-5 with a 5.76 ERA, lowest on the team...earned WCC Pitcher of the Month for March.

6-3•200 Sr-TR

Senior Justin Abreu

2000 Season Notes at LMU...In his first season with the Lions, the freshman had a solid debut...he finished 4-1 with a complete game shutout and a save...his 3.72 ERA was second on the team...in 22 appearances, started three games and pitched in 58 innings, fourth on the team...held opponents to just a .267 batting average...allowed only five hits and struckout a career-high nine batters in a 2-0 win over UC Santa Barbara (5/9/00)...allowed only nine base runners in the win...also defeated Cal State Fullerton, pitching 6.2 innings in the 11-2 victory...he allowed only five hits and one run (unearned) in the win over CS Fullerton...did not pitch in Regionals. High School...He is a 1999 graduate of Bellarmine College Prep in San Jose, CA...finished with a 3.4 grade point average...was a two-sport athlete, he played both baseball and basketball...earned four varsity letters, two in each sport...captained his senior baseball squad for coach Gary Cunningham...was a first-team all-league and All-CCS pick his final campaign...guided his senior team to the league and section championships...earned honorable mention all-league honors as a senior in basketball...helped his team achieve the sec

Abreu’s Career Statistics APP ERA W-L 2000 3.72 4-1 22 2001 9.00 0-2 11 19 2 0 0 2 5 . 7 6 5-5 To t a l s 5 . 2 0 9 - 8 52

2000 2001 2002 To t a l s

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BB 23 11 27 61

SO 31 7 31 69

2B 9 7 22 38

GS 3 0 10 13

CG 1 0 0 1

SH/CB 1 /0 0 /0 0/0 1 /0

SV 1 0 0 1

IP 58.0 12.0 70.1 140.1

H 63 21 93 177

R 27 13 53 90

ER 24 12 45 81

3B 11 0 1 12

HR 6 0 6 12

AB 236 56 288 580

B/Avg. .267 .375 .323 ,305

WP 4 0 3 7

HBP 3 3 9 15

BK 0 1 2 3

SFA 0 1 3 4

Worst:

5/9/00, vs. UC Santa Barbara (Winning Pitcher, 2-0 9.0 IP, 5H, 0 ER, 9 K, 3 BB) 3/20/01 vs. San Diego St. (Losing Pitcher, 11-3 1.2 IP, 4 H, 3 ER)

Career Highs IP 9.0, at UCSB (5/9/00) K 9, at UCSB (5/9/00) BB 3, 3 times (Recent: at UCSB)

Briefly...Ryan Yurek joins the LMU program for the first year after transferring from California Lutheran...a hard worker that will be a valuable contributor this season. Notes at California Lutheran... Played three seasons for coach Marty Slimak, winning a pair of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) championships...posted a 7.31 era in three season earning one victory during a 21-0 victory over Cal Tech...was the team captain as a junior.

YUREK

High School...He is a 1999 graduate of Charles M. Russell High School in Great Falls, MT...high school did not have baseball, but did play two varsity seasons of Legion Baseball..also played football and basketball. Personal...Ryan Dale Yurek was born on April 3, 1981 in Great Falls, MT...he is the son of Dale and Tracy Yurek...has two sisters, Kelli Joe and Maghan...enjoys hunting and fishing...a political science major. Yurek’s Career Statistics APP ERA W-L 2000 5.63 0-0 6 2001 6.32 1-0 12 5 2 0 0 2 1 3 . 5 0 0-0 To t a ls 7 . 3 1 1 - 0 23

(2000-01 GS CG 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 0

at California SH/CB S V 0 /0 0 0 /0 0 0/0 0 0 /0 0

30 5-8•145 Fr-HS

Outfielder

2001 Season Notes at LMU...His appearances were cut in half from his freshman year to his sophomore year with only 11...pitched only 12 innings and finished 0-2 with an 9.00 ERA...struggled to recover from injury suffered as a freshman.

Ryan

Great Falls, Mt

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ABREU

Anthony

SOTO

Venice, Ca

Justin

san jose, ca

Right-Handed Pitcher

6-3•205 Sr-3V

Personal...Justin Jeffery Abreu was born Dec. 3, 1980 in Los Gatos, CA...he is the son of Don Abreu and Julie Sawyer...he has three brothers, Sean, Jayson and Jaxson, and one sister, Codie...he was also recruited by San Jose State and UC Santa Barbara...a business major.

Right-Handed Pitcher

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ABREU’S CAREER HIGHS Best:

Lutheran) IP H 8 9 15.2 9 4.2 5 28.1 23

R 6 13 9 28

ER 5 11 7 23

BB 7 22 7 36

SO 6 15 5 26

Briefly...Anthony Soto enters his first season of collegiate baseball with the Lions...originally scheduled to redshirt, may become a defensive specialist late in contests...covers a lot of ground...had a great fall that impressed coaching staff. High School...He is a 2002 graduate of Venice High School in Venice, CA...earned three-varsity letters and captained his baseball team for his final two seasons...named Western League three times...also named AllLos Angeles for two years playing first base, the outfield and pitching for coach Tim Alcantar...also played quarterback and receiver on the football team earning all-city and all-

league.

SHA 2 0 6 8

2003

Personal...Anthony Gilbert Soto was born Aug. 25, 1984 in Los Angeles, CA...he is the son of Arthur Soto and Virginia Gomez...has one brother, Arthur...considered attending San Jose State before choosing to play at LMU...has not declared a major.

BASEBALL


2002 Season Notes at LMU...Went 6-for-15 (.400) against Portland and CS Fullerton, earning a home run and double in the three games...hitting streak went to 12 games in hitting .545 against USF with a slugging percentage of 1.273...tied the record for walks in a game for the second time on the season in game three of series...went 4-for-5 in game two...had an impressive final weekend, going 6for-12 (.500) against Portland...had four runs scored, two doubles, two home runs and seven RBI...he finished the season hitting .301, earning six home runs and eight doubles.

Joshua

WHITESELL

2001 Season Notes at WHITESELL’S CAREER HIGHS LMU...Was a multi-purHitting pose player for the Lions, AB 6, at Cal Poly (3/2/01) appearing in 49 games, R 4, vs. San Francisco (3/24/02) including 21 as a H 4, vs. San Francisco (3/23/02) pitcher...he made 44 starts RBI 4, at Portland (5/19/02) 2B 1, 18 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/19/02) on the season, 10 as the HR 2, vs. Pepperdine (4/16/01) starting pitcher and 21 at BB 4, Twice (Recent: vs. San Francisco, 3/24/02) first base...finished hitting SF 1, 7 times (at CSUN, 5/14/02) .314 (55-for-175) with 10 GDP 1, 9 times (vs. Santa Clara, 4/28/02) doubles, four home runs K 3, vs. San Francisco (3/23/01) PO 11, 4 times (Recent: at San Diego, 4/21/01) and 30 RBI...he had a .440 A 2, Twice (Recent: at USF, 5/6/01) slugging percentage...on E 1, Twice (Recent: vs. Portland, 3/30/01) the mound he was 3-5 with a 6.54 ERA....he pitched Pitching Best: 3/20/01 vs. San Diego State 52.1 innings and struckout (No decision, 4.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 2 K) 38...he had 14 multi-hit games at the plate, includWorst: 4/17/01 at Cal State Fullerton ing a 3-for-6 effort against (Losing Pitcher, 9-5 1.2 IP, 7 H, 6 ER) Cal Poly (2/2/01) with two RBI and a double...he had Career Highs three hits again against IP 5.1, vs. Cal State Northridge (4/10/01) K 6, at Cal Poly (3/2/01) USC (4/24/01) in a 3-for-4 BB 3, 4 times (Recent: at USF, 5/4/01) outing with two runs scored...against Pepperdine (4/16/01) he hit his first two home runs of his career with back-toback shots...he finished 2-for-4 with two RBI...had another home run in 2-for-4 outing against San Francisco (5/6/01) with two RBI and two runs scored...had his final home run in a 2-for-5 outing with two runs scored against Gonzaga (5/11/01)... earned first win of season on mound in relief appearance of 1.1 innings in 3-1 victory over Hawaii-Hilo (2/4/01)...had three strikeouts in 2.1 innings for second win of season in 9-5 victory over CS Dominguez Hills (2/9/01)...had third victory again in relief against Cal Poly (3/2/01)...in 11-10 victory he struckout six in 3.1 innings.

Personal...Joshua Seth Whitesell was born April 14, 1982 in Durham, N.C...he is the son of Robert and Susan Whitesell...has one brother, Alec...father was a diver at the University of Maryland...won Principal’s Award for achievement in scholarship and service and Superintendent’s Award for academic excellence...earned 4.0 GPA six consecutive semesters...was also recruited by California, UCLA, San Diego, Nevada and Pepperdine...an engineering major. Whitesell’s Career Pitching Statistics APP GS CG SH/CB S V ERA W-L 2001 6.54 3-5 21 10 0 0 /0 0

2001

BB 23

SO 38

2B 11

3B 2

HR 5

6-0•180 Sr-2V

2001 2002 To t a l

BB 12 24 36

HBP 0 6 6

SO 30 30 60

Statistics R H 21 55 30 44 51 99

2B 10 8 18

3B 0 0 0

HR 4 6 10

RBI 30 26 56

TB 77 70 147

SLG% .440 .479 .458

GDP 2 7 9

SF 4 3 7

SH 0 1 1

SB-A 0 -0 2-2 2 -2

PO 179 8 187

A 18 3 21

E 2 0 2

OB% .351 .413 .388

FLD% .990 1.000 .990

2003

IP 52.1

B/Avg. WP .351 5

H 79

R 45

ER 38

HBP 4

BK 2

SFA 3

SHA 4

Briefly...Joe Silva enters his third season at LMU after transferring from Lynn (FL) University in 200001...can run the bases well and will be a strength in rightfield...has shown improvements at the plate and will bat between the sixth and eighth position.

2002 Season Notes at LMU... Entered starting line-up against Texas and went 2-for-3...followed that start with a 2-for-3 outing against San Diego State...went 2for-2 with two runs scored and two RBI against USC...had first home run as a Lion to tie the game in 7-5 win over Pepperdine (4-14-02)...was 1-for-4 with a triple during a start against USF (5-12-02)...was 2-for-3 in two appearances against Portland...hit .318 on the season (21-for-66).

Joe

SILVA

2001 Season Notes at LMU...Made 19 appearances with five starts...struggled at the plate with only one hit in 28 at-bats (.036)...scored five runs...had three RBI...added a sacrifice fly and sacrifice hit...his hit came in 1-for-3 outing against Missouri, a two RBI single...2000 Season Notes at Lynn University...played one season at Lynn University in South Florida...played the entire infield for coach Gregg Kilby...was voted Sunshine State Athlete of the Week. 2000 Season Notes at Lynn University...played one year at Lynn in South Florida...played the entire infield for coach Gregg Kilby...was voted Sunshine State Athlete of the Week.

High School...He is a 2000 graduate of Rialto High School in Rialto, CA...had a 4.2 grade point average...graduated second in his class of 685...the pitcher/first baseman finished the 2000 season with an 8-2 record and 1.74 ERA...had 77 strikeouts and 21 walks over the season...finished with a .520 batting average, including 39 RBI and 14 doubles...was a first-team All-CIF Whitesell’s Career Hitting Avg G-GS AB 2001 .314 49-42 175 2 0 0 2 . 3 0 1 52-38 1 4 6 To t a l . 3 0 8 1 0 1 - 8 0 3 2 1

AB 225

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Rialto, Ca

LH Pitcher/ DH

6-3•220 Jr-2V

Division I selection and first-team All-Citrus Belt League selection...San Bernardino County Player of the Year by the San Bernardino Sun...played for the San Bernardino County North All-Star team... selected to the CBCA Southern California All-Star team...played for US Team in the Goodwill Games against Japan in Long Beach...was a first-team All-Citrus Belt League and first-team All-San Bernardino County selection as a junior... earned the same honors as a sophomore with an 8-4 record and a 1.88 ERA and 70 strikeouts...was class salutatorian.

Torrance, Ca

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Briefly...Joshua Whitesell enters his third season with LMU...will see time as a designated hitter and on the mound...could see very limited time at first base this season to save his arm...a strong left-handed hitter... has a solid bat and will be looked to as a power source...has gotten much stronger...looked for to have a breakout season.

Senior Joe Silva

BASEBALL

High School...He graduated from Bishop Montgomery High School in 1999...had a 4.2 grade point average...a three-year letterwinner at Bishop...was the team captain for his final three years...was named all-area in South Bay his junior and senior seasons...was an All-Del Rey selection in his final two seasons...in both 1998 and 1999 was voted the team most valuable player...participated in the senior all-star game in 1999.

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BB 10 4 12 26

HBP 6 1 5 12

SO 17 6 23 46

GDP 1 0 2 3

OB% .415 .176 .452 .380

RBI 28 3 8 39

TB 64 1 28 93

SLG% .610 .036 .424 .467

SF 3 1 1 5

SB-A 4 -6 0 -0 2-4 6 -1 0

PO 101 4 57 162

A 24 10 39 73

E 5 2 5 12

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David

Lennox, Ca

Right-Handed Pitcher

6-3•205 Sr-2V

BARBA

SH 0 1 3 4

Briefly...David Barba enters his third season with the Lions’ program...throws three pitches well...will be used in tight spots. 2002 Season Notes at LMU... Earned his first career save against Portland (3-15-02)...pitched three innings, striking out two, with no walks and just one hit in the Lions 125 win...finished season with 14.2 innings pitched and a 9.82 ERA. 2001 Season Notes at LMU...Did not make an appearance in his sophomore season.

2000 Season Notes...His freshman season saw him appear in eight games for the Lions...pitched 14.1 innings and allowed 15 hits...finished with a 6.28 ERA, allowing 17 earned runs, 17 walks and striking out 23...opponents hit .268 against the RHP...all appearances were in relief...did not pitch in Regionals. High School...He is a 1999 graduate of Hawthorne High School in Hawthorne, CA...a four-year letterwinner in baseball...captained his sophomore and senior squads...an All-Ocean League pick as a senior prep...pitched, played first base and the outfield during his career for coach Jeff Hines...was pitcher of the year in 1999 season. Personal...David Barba was born on March 20, 1981 in Gardena, CA...he is the son of Jesus and Angelina Barba...has four brothers, Jesus, Moi, Ramon and Ricky, and two sisters, Luisa and Lizbeth...played against teammates Brady Koch and Joe Silva in high school...a screenwriting major.

Barba’s Career Statistics APP ERA W-L 2000 6.28 0-0 8 2001 Did not play 2 0 0 2 9 . 8 2 0-0 10 Total 8.07 0-0 18

2001 2001 2002 To t a l

26

SO BB 4 8 Did not play 7 6 11 14

High School...He graduated in 2002 from Campolindo High School in Moraga, CA...was a three-year letterwinner for coach Max Luckhurst...was team captain his final two seasons...was All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League selection as a sophomore, junior and senior...was an All-Contra Costa selection as senior...was team MVP as a senior..DFAL Pitcher of the Year...2000 batting champion (.453)...team won the North Coast in 2000.

Jeff

FLD% .962 .875 .950 .951

BARBA’S CAREER HIGHS Best: 3/15/02 vs. Portland (Save, 12-5 victory 3.0 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 2 K) Worst: 3/19/00 at Gonzaga (No decision 4.0 IP, 6 H, 9 ER, 2 BB)

STEVENS

Personal...Jeffrey Allen Stevens was born on Sept. 5, 1983 in Berkeley, CA...he is the son of William and Amy Stevens...has a brother, Mike...was also recruited by Arizona, Saint Mary’s and Long Beach State...a business major.

37 5-11•190 So-1V

Briefly...Anthony Santana Begins his third season at LMU after redshirting freshman season...expected to compete for time in the Lions’ outfield this spring...hits the ball hard with consistency.

2002 Season Notes at LMU...After the Lions first five games he was second on the team in hitting at .364...went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in 7-5 win over UCSB (22-02)...had career-high three RBI and four putouts against CS Fullerton ...went 1-for-1 with two runs scored and two walks against USC...was 1-for-2 in pinch hit situations against SMC...was 3-for-9 in four game week against Pepperdine and Long Beach State, including 2-for-2 effort against Pepperdine (4-12-02).

Anthony

SANTANA

2001 Season Notes at LMU...Redshirted his freshman season. High School...He is a 2000 graduate of Downey High School in Downey, CA...finished with a 3.93 GPA...was a two-year letterwinner in baseball under coach Don Bryan...served as the team’s captain his senior season...was also named team MVP following his senior season...earned All-San Gabriel Valley League honors...was named to the local Baseball Dream Team...earned 605/91 All-Star Game MVP honors. Personal...Anthony Martin Santana was born Nov. 13, 1982 in Bellflower, CA...he is the son of Alex and Melodie Santana...has a brother, Andrew, and a sister, Michelle...father played baseball for Occidental in 1972...mother attended LMU for her master’s degree, which was a reason he choose LMU...was also recruited by La Verne...is a business major.

Career Highs IP 4.0, at Gonzaga (3/19/00) K 2, 3 times (Recent: vs. Portland, 3/15/02) BB 3, at San Diego (3/28/02)

AB R H RBI 2B BB SB

SANTANA’S CAREER HIGHS 5, vs. Cal Poly (2/17/02) CS 1, vs. Cal Poly (2/17/02) 2, vs. USC (3/19/02) SAC 0 3, at UC Santa Barbara (2/2/02) SF 1, Twice (Recent: at CS Fullerton 3/13/02) 3, at CS Fullerton (3/13/02) GDP 2, vs. Pepperdine (4/13/02) 1, 3 times (Recent: vs. Pepperdine, 4/12/02) K 2, vs. Portland (4/16/02) 2, vs. USC (3/19/02) PO 5, vs. Saint Mary’s (4/7/02) 1, at UC Santa Barbara (2/2/02) E 2, at Texas, 2/22/02)

GS 0

CG 0

SH/CB S V 0 /0 0

IP 14.1

H 15

R 10

ER 10

0 0

0 0

0/0 0/0

1 1

14.2 29

23 38

16 26

16 26

2B 2

3B 0

HR 2

AB 56

B/Avg. WP .268 0

HBP 9

BK 0

SFA 0

SHA 0

Santana’s Career Statistics G-GS AB R Avg 2002 .271 30-11 48 8

5 7

0 0

3 5

59 115

.390 .330

3 12

1 1

2 2

0 0

2002

1 1

Moraga, Ca

LMU) HR 5 0 1 6

6-2•220 Fr-HS

Briefly...Jeff Stevens begins his first season with the Lions...a big right-handed pitcher that uses his 62 frame well...a very smart pitcher who has a great breaking ball...is expected to pitch a lot of innings... does all the right things to be successful.

Downey, Ca

2000 2001 2002 To t a l s

2001-02 at 2B 3B 9 2 0 0 2 1 11 3

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Silva’s Career Statistics (2000 at Lynn, G-GS AB R H Avg 2000 .343 34-27 105 28 36 2001 .036 19-5 28 5 1 2 0 0 2 . 3 1 8 40-22 6 6 19 21 To t a l s . . 2 9 1 9 3 - 5 4 1 9 9 5 2 58

SILVA’S CAREER HIGHS (at LMU Only) Hitting AB 5, at Hawaii-Hilo (2/3/01) R 3, vs. Santa Clara (4/26/02) H 2, 7 times (Recent: at Portland, 5/19/02) RBI 2, Twice (Recent: vs. USC, 3/19/02) BB 2, 5 times (Recent: vs. USF, 3/23/02) SF 1, Twice (Recent: vs. SCU, 4/27/02) K 2, 4 times (Recent: at USF, 5/12/02) PO 5, vs. Pepperdine (4/13/02) E 2, at Arizona State (3/1/02

Outfielder

Personal...Joe Silva was born Dec. 10, 1980 in Corvallis, OR...he is the son of Joe Silva, Jr. and Debra Ortega...has a younger brother, Jason...father played baseball at East Los Angeles College...returned to California and LMU for its academics...was recruited by Oklahoma State and USC...a biology major.

2003

BB 10

HBP 1

SO 7

BASEBALL

GDP 4

H 13

2B 3

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 10

TB 16

SLG% .333

OB% .393

SF 2

SH 0

SB-A 1-2

PO 36

A 2

E 2

FLD% .9 5 0


COVA

2001 Season Notes at LMU...Made seven appearances before injuring throwing arm...finished with 7.50 ERA in 12.0 innings...had eight strikeouts.

Personal...Matthew F. Cova was born Nov. 17, 1980 in Santa Maria, CA...he is the son of Chuck and Marie Cova...has a sister, Allison...transferred to LMU because of its academics, athletics and religious influence...a business major with hopes of becoming a general manager of a Major League Baseball team.

2001 2002 To t a l

BB 11 1 12

SO 8 2 10

2B 3 0 3

CG 0 0 0

SH/CB 0 /0 0/0 0 /0

SV 0 0 0

IP 12.0 4.2 16.2

H 18 3 21

R 15 3 18

ER 10 3 13

3B 0 0 0

HR 3 1 4

AB 55 17 72

B/Avg. .327 .176 .292

WP 2 0 2

HBP 1 1 2

BK 0 0 0

SFA 0 0 0

42 Sylmar, Ca

Outfielder

6-2•190 Fr-HS

Ezequiel

Reno, Nv

Outfielder

2001 Season Notes at Hawaii... Had a season-high five strikeouts against UCLA (Feb. 2) over threeinnings...did not allow an earned run in five of his last six outings. At Purdue...Redshirted at Purdue .

Personal...William Francis Quaglieri was born March 14, 1981, in Martinsberg, WV....son of Marjorie and Frank Quaglieri...has two brothers, Mike and Greg and one sister, Erin...a business major.

45 6-0•154 Fr-HS

Othon

Mexico City, Mexico

Best: 2/2/01 at Hawaii-Hilo (Relief Appearance 2.0 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 1 K) Worst: 3/20/01 vs. San Diego St. (Relief Appearance 1.0 IP, 2 H, 3 ER, 3 BB)

GS 0 0 0

QUAGLIERI

2002 Season Notes at Hawaii... Earned WAC Player of the Week on March 5 after throwing 6.2 of two-hit scoreless innings during a victory over UC Irvine...had a 2-4 record with a 5.11 ERA, 38 strikeouts in 49.1 IP.

High School...A 1999 graduate of Bishop Manogue Catholic High School in Reno, NV....lettered twice in baseball...1998 first-team All-NIAA ...1999 State 3A Most Valuable Player...member of the 1999 state championship team...compiled a record of 20-2 over two years, with an 11-1 mark his senior season...hit .485 with seven homers in final season...graduated with honors.

COVA’S CAREER HIGHS

High School...He graduated from St. Joseph’s High School in Santa Maria, CA in 1999 with a 3.75 GPA...was a three-sport star at St. Joseph’s, earn- Career Highs ing 10 letters in baseball, football and IP 4.0, vs. UCSB (3/1/01) 2, Twice (Recent: vs. SDSU, 3/20/01) basketball...pitched and played third K BB 4, vs. California (2/16/01) base for coaches Dave Brunell and Bryn Smith...was a three-time all-city and all-league selection...was an all-area selection his final two seasons...an all-conference scholar athlete selection...was a three-time all-league selection in the Los Padres League...led Santa Barbara County in passing his junior and senior seasons...was the 1998-99 league MVP for his basketball team and led the team to the 1997-98 CIF Championship...was a three-time all-city, all-area, all-league and All-CIF selection in basketball.

Cova’s Career Statistics APP ERA W-L 2001 7.50 0-0 7 5 2 0 0 2 5 . 7 9 0-0 To t a l 7 . 0 2 0 - 0 12

Will

Briefly...Will Quaglieri will redshirt after transferring from Hawaii...has a tremendous amount of ability with a fantastic slider.

Briefly...Othon Corona will redshirt his first season of collegiate baseball with the Lions' program...a righthanded pitcher that has the ability to baffle hitters...looking to develop into a solid pitcher for LMU. High School...He is a 2002 graduate of Cathedral High School in El Paso, TX...also attended Bach. Alexander Bain High School in Mexico City...earned a letter his senior year at Cathedral...a three-time member of the Mexican National Baseball team...coached by Gabriel Sauredo.

CORONA

Personal...Othon Eduardo Corona was born on Sept. 7, 1983 in Mexico City, Mexico...he is the son of Othon Sanchez and Laura Varduzco de Corona...has three sisters, Laura, Sofia and Paula... recruited by Arizona State and Pepperdine...an economics major. SHA 0 0 0

Briefly...Ezequiel Ruvalcaba enters his first season of collegiate baseball at LMU...will likely redshirt this season...a very hard worker, but needs to get stronger. High School...He is a 2002 Sylmar High School graduate...he finished with a 3.59 grade point average... earned four varsity letters for coach Gary Donatella...was a three-time All-Valley Mission League selection ...team captain as a junior...played infield and outfield.

Personal...Ezequiel Ruvalcaba was born on June 11, 1984 in Jalisco, Mexico...he is the son of Raymundo and Noemi Ruvalcaba...has two brothers, Edgar and Raymundo and one sister, Reyna...also recruited by Cal Poly...a civil engineering major.

RUVALCABA

2003

49 6-4•190 Fr-HS

Briefly...Adrian Nevarez enters his first year at LMU...has a good arm strength...has a perfect frame for a catcher...will likely redshirt and learn from a talented stable of catchers.

High School...He graduated from St. Monica Catholic High School in Santa Monica, CA in 2002 with a 3.3 grade point average...earned letters in three sports...was a four-year letterwinner in baseball, earning captain honors his final three years...earned All-Camino Real League honors three times...he won his team’s defensive MVP honor...coach was Jack White...earned varsity letter in football as a senior after being named All-Camino Real League and offensive MVP at receiver...was team captain and varsity letterwinner in basketball, earning defensive MVP..

Culver City, Ca

2000 Season Notes At ASU...He spent a year with Sun Devils but did not play.

6-4•210 Jr-TR

Right-Handed Pitcher

Santa Maria, Ca

Right-Handed Pitcher

Matthew

2002 Season Notes at LMU... Pitched 1.0 inning with just one hit against Long Beach State (4-3002)...pitched .2 innings against San Diego, allowed three runs on two hits...pitched a perfect inning against Portland (5-17-02).

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Catcher

41 6-2•180 Jr-2V

Briefly...Matt Cova enters his third season at LMU after transferring from Arizona State...after working hard to rehab from Tommy John surgery, pitched well at the end of last season...will be an impact on this year’s squad.

Adrian

NEVAREZ

Personal...Adrian Alejandro Nevarez was born April 17, 1984 in Los Angeles...son of Angel and Sonia Nevarez...has a brother, Angel...chose LMU for its baseball and business programs...an accounting major.

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2 0 0 3 TRAVEL A C C O M M O D A T I O N S February 6-9 at California Walnut Creek Marriott (925) 927-1131

April 24-27 at Santa Clara Marriott Santa Clara (408) 986-6637

February 21 & 23 at Cal Poly Embassy Suites Hotel (805) 549-0800 ex. 622

May 2-4 at San Diego Hilton Mission Valley (619) 543-9000

March 13-16 at Portland Marriott Downtown (503) 499-6363

May 8-11 at San Francixco Holiday Inn Golden Gateway (415) 441-4000

LOYOLA M ARYMOUNT B ASEBALL S UMMER C A M P Session 1 - Monday, July 14 - Friday, July 18 Session 2 - Monday, July 21 - Friday, July 25 Session 3 - Monday, July 28 - Friday, Aug. 1 Times: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. M-F, includes lunch and afternoon swim time

Ages: Cost:

6 - 13 $300 per session

Please contact assistant coach Robbie Moen.

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2002 YEAR-IN-REVIEW Lions Improve West Coast Conference Record by Seven Games by Winning Final Two Series BRIEFLY... The Loyola Marymount University (LMU) baseball team finished the 2002 campaign with a record of 22-34, which included 18 games against ranked opponents. The Lions non-conference schedule was rated as the toughest in the country and featured seven teams that were ranked at some point in the 2002 season. The Lions finished the West Coast Conference at 15-15, posting a seven-game turnaround from the 2001 season with just two seniors on the roster. HITTING STREAK... Facing the toughest non-conference schedule in the nation, the Lions started the season hitting just .240 and entered conference play looking to get their offense going. Did they ever. The Lions finished the season hitting .314, raising their batting average 74 percentage points in the final two months of the season. Overall they ranked second in the WCC, trailing just San Diego, who finished hitting .316. In conference, they were even better. The Lions led the league hitting .352 in the 30 games against conference opponents DYNAMIC DUO... Of the 29 players on the LMU roster, 21 of them were underclassmen and just two were seniors. However, this dynamic duo finish their four-year careers at LMU as two of the top hitters in LMU history. Seniors Tommy Perez and Kris Zacuto put a fitting end to their LMU careers as they hit back-to-back home runs in their final game against Portland on Sunday, May 19. With the Lions leading 6-1, Perez and Zacuto led the fourth inning with solo home runs to put the wraps on the Pilots in the series finale and in the process putting an exclamation point on their careers. The two led the team in games played at 55 this season, giving the tandem a combined 416 games played, the most of any two-player combination in LMU history. Zacuto ranks eighth all-time with 210 and Perez is 11th with 206. The two are the last pieces of LMU's three straight conference crowns in 1998, 1999 and 2000. WHAT A START... In pitching the longest outing of any LMU hurler this season in a win against San Francisco, sophomore Vincent Cordova had an impressive campaign in WCC play. He earned his third straight win against a conference opponent with a 13-4 victory over USF. He went 8.2 innings, and allowed just four hits and no runs through eight innings as the Lions gave him a 13-0 lead heading into the ninth inning. He finished the game allowing four runs on 10 hits, all four runs coming with at least one out in the ninth. He also had eight strikeouts and allowed no walks against the Dons. On the season he finishes with an 8-4 record on the season and 62 in WCC play to earn honorable mention honors. He ranked third in the conference with eight wins. GRAND THEFT... Sophomore Billy Lockin had a breakout second season for the Lions, leading the team in hitting with a .371 average, which ranked sixth in the West Coast Conference. His .439 on base percentage led all Lions and was eighth in the WCC. He was also second in the conference with 82 hits on the season, including his first career home run. He added 15 doubles, two triples, 45 runs scored and 38 RBI. He had 27 multiple hit games and finished the season on a 10-game hitting streak. Lockin became one of the Lions' biggest threats on the base paths in three seasons as he finished with 15 stolen bases, ranked second in the WCC. As one of the first true leadoff hitters at LMU in a decade, Lockin started at the leadoff spot in 52 of the Lions' 56 games. He finished the season hitting .483 in the leadoff spot, reaching base 43 times in 89 at bats. He was also deadly with runners on base, earning an RBI in 17 of 21 opportunities (.810) with a runner at third and advancing runners 62 times in 105 opportunities (.590). WHAT A RETURN... Junior Justin Abreu showed flashes of becoming a solid right-hander for the Lions in his freshman campaign in 2000, finishing his first season with a 3.72 ERA and a 4-1 record in 58.0 innings. Included in that was a complete game shutout in which he struck out nine hitters against UCSB. However, a shoulder injury limited him in his sophomore campaign in 2001. He appeared in just 11 games with a 9.00 ERA. His junior season was one of the come-back-of-the-year stories, earning the

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Rawlings/WCC Pitcher of the Month honors in March. In 23.0 innings pitched, Abreu allowed just six earned runs on 21 hits. His opponents hit just .247 against him in March, the lowest of the LMU pitching staff. He was even tougher with runners on base, allowing just six hits in 40 atbats, a .150 batting average. He finished the 2002 campaign with a 5-5 record and the lowest ERA on the team at 5.76. FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR (AGAIN)... Freshman Sean Smith earned the role of starting second baseman for the Lions in fall baseball and never let go of it. He went on to become the Lions' fourth WCC Freshman of the Year winner in the past six seasons and was a first-team All-Conference selection. He finished the season hitting .320 in anchoring the middle of the Lions' infield. He finished sixth in the West Coast Conference with a .404 average against WCC opponents. In the month of March, Smith went on a torrid pace, earning backto-back Rawlings WCC Player of the Week honors on March 18 and then again on March 25. He was the only player in the WCC this season to win the honor in consecutive weeks. Smith finished flawless at second base in conference play. In 168 chances against WCC opponents Smith finished with 88 putouts, 80 assists and no errors, which was tops in the WCC. HISTORICAL ERUPTION... After the LMU offense got things going against the University of Portland in the Lions' first homestand in three weeks, it carried over to one of the more memorable games in LMU history. Playing in a mid-week game on Tuesday, March 19, the Lions exploded for a 31-7 thumping of Southern California at Page Stadium. No, LMU didn't start playing football again. The 31 runs was the second most in LMU history (34 in 1986) and was the most hits since they had 30 in the 2000 season. They would score 18 runs in the final two innings that featured freshman Jonathan Oller's back-to-back home runs in the seventh inning. He ties an NCAA record for home runs in a single inning with the pair of long balls as LMU won for the third straight time over the Trojans. The 24-run deficit was the largest in Trojan baseball history and the 31 runs was the most allowed in the 81 years of baseball at USC. Oller, who had a home run clear the Mikos Blue Monster in left field and another in deep left-center, finished the game with a career-best 4-for-6 outing, including seven RBI. Oller's home runs were two of just seven extra base hits for the Lions on the afternoon. LMU had 20 singles as they increased their season batting average 17 percentage points to .277.

2002 HONORS Sean Smith First-team Freshman All-America Collegiate Baseball First-team All-West Coast Conference - Second Base West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year West Coast Conference/Rawlings Player of the Week - March 18 West Coast Conference/Rawlings Player of the Week - March 25 Billy Lockin First-team All-America Jewish Sports Review First-team All-West Coast Conference - Shortstop Joe Frazee Honorable Mention Freshman All-America Collegiate Baseball Second-team All-West Coast Conference - Outfield Tommy Perez Second-team All-West Coast Conference - First Base Jonathan Higashi Honorable Mention All-West Coast Conference - Catcher Vince Cordova Honorable Mention All-West Coast Conference - Pitcher Kevin Jenson West Coast Conference/Rawlings Pitcher of the Week - Feb. 6, 2002 Justin Abreu West Coast Conference/Rawlings Pitcher of the Month for March

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2002 RESULTS Record: 22-34 Home: 12-12 Away: 10-22 WCC Baseball: 15-15 Date Jan 31, 2002 Feb 01, 2002 Feb 02, 2002 Feb 05, 2002 Feb 11, 2002 Feb 15, 2002 Feb 17, 2002 Feb 22, 2002 Feb 23, 2002 Feb 24, 2002 Mar 01, 2002 Mar 02, 2002 Mar 03, 2002 Mar 05, 2002 Feb 18, 2002 Feb 19, 2002 Feb 26, 2002 Mar 08, 2002 Mar 09, 2002 Mar 10, 2002 Mar 13, 2002 Mar 15, 2002 Mar 16, 2002 Mar 17, 2002 Mar 19, 2002 Mar 22, 2002 Mar 23, 2002 Mar 24, 2002 Mar 28, 2002 Mar 30, 2002 Mar 30, 2002 Apr 05, 2002 Apr 06, 2002 Apr 07, 2002 Apr 09, 2002 Apr 12, 2002 Apr 13, 2002 Apr 14, 2002 Apr 16, 2002 Apr 19, 2002 Apr 20, 2002 Apr 21, 2002 Apr 26, 2002 Apr 27, 2002 Apr 28, 2002 Apr 30, 2002 May 03, 2002 May 04, 2002 May 05, 2002 May 10, 2002 May 11, 2002 May 12, 2002 May 14, 2002 May 17, 2002 May 18, 2002 May 19, 2002

Opponent W/L at UC Santa Barbara W at UC Santa Barbara L at UC Santa Barbara W Cal State Northridge L UCLA L Oklahoma State L Cal Poly W at Texas L at Texas L at Texas L at Arizona State L at Arizona State L at Arizona State L at UCLA L Cal Poly W Cal State Fullerton L San Diego State W at Mississippi State L at Mississippi State L at Mississippi State W at Cal State Fullerton L Portland• W Portland• L Portland • W USC W San Francisco • W San Francisco• W San Francisco L at San Diego• L at San Diego• W at San Diego• W at Saint Mary's • L at Saint Mary's • L at Saint Mary's • W at Long Beach State L Pepperdine• L Pepperdine• W Pepperdine• W at USC L at Gonzaga• L at Gonzaga• L at Gonzaga L Santa Clara• W Santa Clara• L Santa Clara• L Long Beach State L San Diego• W San Diego• L San Diego• L at San Francisco• W at San Francisco• W at San Francisco• L at Cal State Northridge L at Portland• L at Portland• W at Portland• W

Score 5-0 4-8 7-5 5-6 2-7 0-13 17-15 1-10 3-17 2-8 2-15 2-7 5-10 9-10 5-4 6-7 6-3 1-7 5-8 3-2 5-6 12-5 10-14 10-6 31-7 6-4 11-7 21-25 2-12 5-1 5-2 2-12 2-3 8-2 3-5 8-14 10-9 7-5 4-8 2-11 1-9 1-9 14-6 3-6 1-17 9-19 14-5 4-14 7-14 13-4 7-5 8-11 6-9 10-18 8-5 11-5

R H E R H E 5 5 0 0 6 1 4 7 2 8 7 1 7 12 2 5 6 0 5 9 3 6 7 1 2 8 4 7 15 1 0 6 0 13 15 0 17 18 5 15 14 1 1 3 6 10 13 0 3 9 1 17 16 2 2 6 2 8 11 1 2 8 4 15 16 3 2 3 3 7 7 0 5 8 0 10 14 2 9 8 2 10 10 1 5 9 1 4 12 0 6 8 2 7 11 1 6 10 0 3 13 1 1 4 1 7 12 1 5 8 1 8 16 2 3 7 0 2 10 1 5 10 3 6 8 1 12 13 3 5 9 3 10 16 4 14 19 3 10 14 2 6 13 1 31 27 0 7 12 5 6 11 1 4 6 0 11 15 1 7 12 1 21 23 5 25 29 2 2 8 0 12 19 2 5 12 2/ 1 9 1 5 11 0 2 11 0 2 8 0 12 16 1 2 6 2 3 7 0 8 15 1 2 7 0 3 7 4 5 5 1 8 17 2 14 15 1 10 16 0 9 13 2 7 16 1 5 11 3 4 9 3 8 9 1 2 12 0 11 13 1 1 8 0 9 17 1 1 5 1 9 14 3 14 16 1 6 11 2 3 11 1 6 9 1 1 7 2 17 16 3 9 19 419 20 1 14 20 2 5 13 2 4 12 2 14 18 1 7 8 3 14 17 4 13 15 2 4 10 3 7 13 3 5 12 0 8 16 2 11 9 0 6 9 3 9 11 2 10 10 1 18 21 2 8 16 2 5 10 3 11 16 0 5 11 0

Inns 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Overall 1- 0- 0 1- 1- 0 2- 2- 0 2- 3- 0 2- 4- 0 2- 5- 0 3- 5- 0 4-11- 0 -13- 0 1- 2- 0 3- 6- 0 3- 7- 0 3- 8- 0 3- 9- 0 4- 9- 0 4-10- 0 9-16- 0 4-12- 0 5-14- 0 5-12- 0 7-16- 0 6-14- 0 6-15- 0 7-15- 0 8-16- 0 10-16- 0 11-16- 0 18-31- 0 11-17- 0 12-17- 0 13-17- 0 13-18- 0 13-19- 0 14-19- 0 14-20- 0 14-21- 0 15-21- 0 16-21- 0 16-22- 0 16-23- 0 16-24- 0 16-25- 0 17-25- 0 17-26- 0 17-27- 0 17-28- 0 18-28- 0 18-29- 0 18-30- 0 19-31- 0 20-31- 0 20-32- 0 0-33- 0 20-34- 0 21-34- 0 22-34- 0

WCC 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 2- 1- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 0- 0- 0 2- 1- 0 1- 0- 0 1- 1- 0 2- 1- 0 2- 1- 0 3- 1- 0 4- 1- 0 11-13- 0 4- 2- 0 5- 2- 0 6- 2- 0 6- 3- 0 6- 4- 0 7- 4- 0 7- 4- 0 7- 5- 0 8- 5- 0 9- 5- 0 9- 5- 0 9- 6- 0 9- 7- 0 9- 8- 0 10- 8- 0 10- 9-0 10-10- 0 10-10- 0 11-10- 0 11-11- 0 11-12- 0 12-13- 0 13-13- 0 13-14- 0 13-14- 0 13-15- 0 14-15- 0 15-15- 0

Pitcher of Record A t t e n d T i m e JENSON (W 1-0) 225 3:00 CORDOVA (L 0-1) 257 3:21 MUECKE (W 1-0) 469 3:35 SARVER (L 0-1) 466 3:32 MUECKE (L 1-1) 323 2:53 JENSON (L 1-1) 324 2:58 WAITE (W 1-0) 431 3:55 JENSON (L 1-2) 3503 2:41 MUECKE (L 1-2) 4204 2:52 LOVATO (L 0-1) 3739 2:22 JENSON (L 1-3) 1956 3:23 MUECKE (L 1-3) 2129 2:46 LOVATO (L 0-2) 2164 3:35 ABREU (L 0-1) 223 2:57 CORDOVA (W 1-1) 486 3:02 WAITE (L 1-1) 283 3:10 HUDDY (W 1-0) 203 2:46 HUDDY (L 1-1) 5936 2:18 JENSON (L 1-4) 5998 2:53 CORDOVA (W 2-1) 5883 2:52 CORDOVA (L 2-2) 842 3:11 HUDDY (W 2-1) 211 2:56 JENSON (L 1-5) 251 3:54 CORDOVA (W 3-2) 312 3:20 ABREU (W 1-1) 256 3:50 HUDDY (W 3-1) 194 2:40 ABREU (W 2-1) 502 3:42 LOVATO (L 1-3) 219 5:17 HUDDY (L 3-2) 465 3:12 ABREU (W 3-1) 963 3:23 CORDOVA (W 4-2) 963 3:23 HUDDY (L 3-3) 212 2:35 ABREU (L 3-2) 365 2:17 CORDOVA (W 5-2) 325 3:00 JENSON (L 1-6) 425 3:08 HUDDY (L 3-4) 301 3:15 LOVATO (W 1-2) 259 3:06 MUECKE (W 2-3) 358 2:57 HUDDY (L 3-5) 326 3:01 MUECKE (L 2-4) 362 2:55 ABREU (L 3-3) 406 2:30 CORDOVA (L 5-3) 315 2:36 CORDOVA (W 6-3) 195 3:04 ABREU (L 3-4) 220 2:30 MUECKE (L 2-5) 210 3:18 SARVER (L 0-2) 121 3:25 CORDOVA (W 7-3) 211 4:23 ABREU (L 3-5) 287 3:54 JENSON (L 1-7) 305 3:57 CORDOVA (W 8-3) 376 3:01 ABREU (W 4-5) 415 3:03 JENSON (L 1-8) 654 3:10 HUDDY (L 3-6) 109 3:06 CORDOVA (L 8-4) 191 3:07 ABREU (W 5-5) 297 3:03 JENSON (W 2-8) 322 2:57

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2002 OVERALL STATISTICS BATTING Name BA LOCKIN, Billy .371 STOEBER, Carl .370 ZACUTO, Kris .341 FRAZEE, Joe .335 HIGASHI, Jonathan .335 SMITH, Sean .320 SILVA, Joe .318 PEREZ, Tommy .307 WHITESELL, Joshua .301 OLLER, Jonathan .295 SANTANA, Anthony .271 CAMPOS, Christian. .267 KOCH, Brady .194 HENDRICKS, Joseph .167 CARROLL, Mark .074 DURHAM, Nate .000 RIVERO, James 000

G 54 34 55 53 54 54 40 55 52 50 30 38 22 29 28 4 1

GS 53 20 55 46 52 54 22 55 38 50 11 30 5 8 5 0 0

AB 221 81 220 182 197 197 66 212 146 193 48 116 31 42 27 2 1

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56 56

56 56

1982 371 2042 476

.314 .339

R 45 10 48 32 38 36 19 39 30 34 8 13 6 6 7 0 0

H 82 30 75 61 66 63 21 65 44 57 13 31 6 7 2 0 0

2B 15 6 25 7 13 11 2 8 8 12 3 5 1 0 1 0 0

3B 2 0 2 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

HR 1 0 9 0 0 3 1 11 6 5 0 3 1 0 0 0 0

623 693

117 12 40 141 19 49

RBI 38 9 48 24 18 41 8 47 26 33 10 28 6 4 2 0 0

TB 104 36 131 70 83 85 28 110 70 84 16 47 10 7 3 0 0

SLG% BB .471 22 .444 9 .595 21 .385 24 .421 21 .431 16 .424 12 .519 25 .479 24 .435 13 .333 10 .405 11 .323 3 .167 7 .111 0 .000 2 .000 0

342 884 .446 440 1019 .499

HBP 8 4 12 4 4 12 5 10 6 3 1 3 1 4 0 0 0

SO 20 17 34 25 18 25 23 27 30 49 7 27 13 11 8 0 0

220 77 220 61

GDP 3 2 5 5 6 7 2 10 7 5 4 5 0 0 1 1 0

334 63 323 49

OB% .439 .457 .419 .416 .408 .399 .452 .402 .413 .344 .393 .341 .286 .340 .074 .500 .000

SF 4 0 5 4 1 3 1 2 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0

SH 3 1 0 7 4 5 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

SB15 2 2 9 8 6 2 4 2 4 1 3 0 1 0 0 0

ATT 21 2 4 13 10 11 4 9 2 6 2 5 0 2 0 0 0

PO 79 104 48 126 278 145 57 333 8 47 36 75 9 55 12 2 2

A 136 8 3 1 39 122 39 56 3 100 2 4 0 12 19 0 0

.398 .414

30 29

29 35

59 53

91 78

1456 601 1486 650

E 15 7 3 0 10 5 5 12 0 17 2 4 1 1 7 0 0

FLD% .935 .941 .944 1.000 .969 .982 .950 .970 1.000 .896 .950 .952 .900 .985 .816 1.000 1.000

102 .953 77 .965

PITCHING Name

ERA

W-L APP GS CG SHO SV IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2B 3B

HR BF

BA

WP

HBP BK SFA SFH

ABREU, Justin COVA, Matthew MUECKE, Joshua CORDOVA, Vincent JENSON, Kevin WAITE, Randy SARVER, Scott LOVATO, Nicholas HUDDY, Kyle BARBA, David LUNDWALL, Todd

5.76 5.79 6.10 6.52 6.95 7.63 7.89 8.42 9.27 9.82 14.90

5-5 0-0 2-5 8-4 2-8 1-1 0-2 1-3 3-6 0-0 0-0

93 3 95 119 97 42 36 59 100 23 26

53 3 62 62 70 37 22 47 86 16 18

45 3 47 57 52 26 19 39 79 16 16

27 1 32 25 21 21 10 32 37 7 7

31 2 60 55 48 19 13 31 53 6 5

22 0 19 25 22 9 5 5 23 5 6

6 1 6 12 2 4 0 3 11 3 1

288 17 293 336 281 126 94 174 322 59 52

.323 .176 .324 .354 .345 .333 .383 .339 .311 .390 .500

3 0 8 2 5 1 2 2 8 1 1

9 1 7 8 10 4 3 4 9 3 3

2 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

3 0 3 4 4 3 1 2 5 2 2

6 0 6 2 8 4 2 3 3 0 1

476 371

399 317

220 220

323 334

141 19 117 12

49 40

2042 .339 1982 .314

33 36

61 77

8 13

29 30

35 29

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7.40 5.76

19 5 22 21 18 19 19 22 23 10 7

22-34 56 34-22 56

10 0 11 11 10 0 2 4 8 0 0

56 56

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1

0 4

0 0 4 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0

1/1 1/1

8 11

70.1 4.2 69.1 78.2 67.1 30.2 21.2 41.2 76.2 14.2 9.2

485.1693 495.1623

1 0 1 4 4 4 1 1 3 0 0

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Name FRAZEE, Joe ABREU, Justin WHITESELL, Joshua SARVER, Scott DURHAM-HAMMER, Nate RIVERO, James BARBA, David COVA, Matthew LUNDWALL, Todd HENDRICKS, Joseph SMITH, Sean PEREZ, Tommy HIGASHI, Jonathan CAMPOS, Christian SILVA, Joe SANTANA, Anthony ZACUTO, Kris STOEBER, Carl LOCKIN, Billy HUDDY, Kyle CORDOVA, Vincent LOVATO, Nicholas KOCH, Brady OLLER, Jonathan JENSON, Kevin CARROLL, Mark MUECKE, Joshua WAITE, Randy

C 127 17 11 8 2 2 2 2 1 68 272 401 327 83 101 40 54 119 230 12 12 11 10 164 19 38 20 6

PO 126 5 8 3 2 2 2 0 1 55 145 333 278 75 57 36 48 104 79 6 6 4 9 47 11 12 1 1

A 1 12 3 5 0 0 0 2 0 12 122 56 39 4 39 2 3 8 136 5 5 6 0 100 6 19 13 3

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 12 10 4 5 2 3 7 15 1 1 1 1 17 2 7 6 2

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .985 .982 .970 .969 .952 .950 .950 .944 .941 .935 .917 .917 .909 .900 .896 .895 .816 .700 .667

DP'S 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 41 45 3 0 10 1 0 14 39 0 0 1 0 13 2 4 0 0

SBA 0 7 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 14 0 0 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 4 7 0 0 7 0 10 4

CSB 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 7 0 0 1 0 4 2

SBA% --.778 --.667 ----.500 --1.000 .636 ----.736 ------------.769 .500 .500 ----.875 --.714 .667

PB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LMU Opponents

2159 2213

1456 1486

601 650

102 77

.953 .965

65 74

53 59

25 32

.679 .648

11 10

0 0

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THE WEST COAST CONFERENCE

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he West Coast Conference continues its long history of baseball competition in 2002. After playing 29 games of a 30-game schedule (rain-out with Saint Mary’s) in 1998, the WCC returns again to a 30-game schedule for the fourth time since 1995. Unlike four seasons ago, when the league champion was forced to host an NCAA play-in series to qualify, the conference champion will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Regionals this year. Additionally, the postseason bracket was extended to a 64-team field for the first time in NCAA history in 1999. Loyola Marymount University, Pepperdine University, Saint Mary’s College, Santa Clara University, University of San Francisco, University of San Diego, University of Portland and Gonzaga University comprise the baseball alignment. Gonzaga and Portland, long-time members in every other conference sport, joined the league in baseball in 1996 after migrating from the Pacific-10 North Division. Baseball was originally established as a conference sport in 1968. From 1977-84, WCC teams competed with teams from the Big West Conference in the Northern California Baseball Association (Saint Mary’s, San Francisco, and Santa Clara), and the Southern California Baseball Association (LMU, Pepperdine, and San Diego). The highlight of West Coast Conference baseball may have occurred nine seasons ago as Pepperdine captured the NCAA national championship at the 1992 College World Series in Omaha. The WCC sponsors championships in 13 sports for men and women: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, women's crew, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women's golf, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball.

2 0 0 2 WEST CO A S T CONFERENCE S T A N D I N G S West Division San Diego#* Portland Loyola Marymount San Francisco Coast Division Pepperdine Santa Clara Saint Mary’s Gonzaga

Conference W L T Pct.

GB

Overall W L T

Pct.

18 16 15 9

12 14 15 21

0 0 0 0

.600 .533 .500 .300

---1.5 2.5 9.0

39 24 22 18

23 29 34 38

0 0 0 0

.629 .452 .393 .321

18 15 14 14

12 14 15 16

0 0 0 0

.586 .517 .482 .466

---2.0 3.0 3.0

31 25 22 27

32 30 27 29

0 0 0 0

.492 .455 .449 .482

# Clinched Division Title *Won WCC Championship Series 2-1

2 0 0 2 AL L- CONFERENCE T E A M First Team Player

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Yr JR SR SR SR JR SR FR JR SO SR SO JR JR SO

Second Team School Player

Pos

Yr

Brandon Boesch Eric Hull Derek Mills Rock Mills Tommy Perez Cory Lunde* Brett Wayne Joe Frazee Joe Lima Jason Waugh Royce Fukuroku Kecin Richardson

P P P C 1B 3B SS OF OF OF UT DH

SO SR JR SR SR SR SR SR SR JR FR SR

Pepperdine Portland Pepperdine Pepperdine Loyola Marymount Portland Saint Mary’s Loyola Mrymount San Diego Saint Mary’s San Francisco Gonzaga

P l a y e r o f t h e Y e a r : Nate Gold, Gonzaga P i t c h e r o f t h e Y e a r : Ricky Barrett,San Diego F r e s h m a n o f t h e Y e a r : Sean Smith, Loyola Marymount C o a c h o f t h e Y e a r : Rich Hill, San Diego

A N N U A L WCC B A S E B A L L CH A M P I O N 1968 Santa Clara 1969 Santa Clara 1970 Santa Clara 1971 Santa Clara 1972 Santa Clara 1973 Loyola Marymount 1974 Pepperdine 1975 Pepperdine 1976 Pepperdine 1985 Pepperdine 1986 Loyola Marymount* 1987 Pepperdine 1988 Pepperdine 1989 Pepperdine 1990 Loyola Marymount 1991 Pepperdine 1992 Pepperdine 1993 Pepperdine 1994 Santa Clara 1995 Pepperdine 1996 Santa Clara 1997 Santa Clara 1998 Loyola Marymount 1999 Loyola Marymount 2000 Loyola Marymount 2001 Pepperdine 2002 San Diego *won playoff game to win title

School

Ricky Barrett** San Diego P Steve Chamberlain Portland P Brent Dayton Gonzaga P Nate Gold# Gonzaga 1B Eric Rodland Gonzaga 2B Steve Booth San Francisco C Sean Smith Loyola Marymount 2B Mark Teahen# Saint Mary’s 3B Billy Lockin Loyola Marymount SS Joey Gomes Santa Clara OF Joe Jacobitz San Francisco OF Ed Montague Pepperdine OF Tom Caple** San Diego UT David Bagley San Diego DH * - Denotes Times an All-WCC First-Team Selection # - Denotes Unanimous Choice

Honorable Mention Brian Munhall, Grant Zurmely- Gonzaga Vincent Cordova, Jonathan Higashi- Loyola Marymount Cory Brightwell, Duke Sardinha, Ty Harper- Pepperdine Travis Hanson, Matt Allen, Trevor Hahn, Kory Castro-Portland Brian Houle, Mike Byer- Saint Mary’s Tony Perez, Mike McCoy, S.C. Assael- San Diego Cy Donald- San Francisco Jimmy Wallace, Matt Travis- Santa Clara

2 0 0 3 WEST CO A S T CONFERENCE DI V I S I O N S West Division Loyola Marymount Portland San Diego San Francisco Billy Lockin earned First-Team AllWCC at shortstop in 2002.

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Coast Division Gonzaga Pepperdine Saint Mary’s Santa Clara

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POSTSEASON HISTORY P O S T S E A S O N R ESULTS 1973 NCAA District 8 Playoffs at Los Angeles, CA May 26 USC L 8-9 May 27 USC L 1-2 1986 NCAA West Regional at Los Angeles, CA May 22 UC Santa Barbara L 5-11 May 23 UCLA W 12-10 May 24 UC Santa Barbara W 14-6 May 24 Hawaii W 10-6 May 25 Hawaii W 12-5 1986 College World Series at Omaha, NE May 30 Louisiana State W 4-3 June 2 Arizona L 5-7 June 5 Oklahoma State L 5-11

1986 College World Series Participants 1986 NCAA Regional Participants 1986 West Coast Conference Champions

1988 NCAA Midwest Regional at Stillwater, OK May 27 Arkansas W 8-3 May 28 Wichita State L 6-10 May 28 McNeese State W 12-4 May 29 Oklahoma State L 6-8 1989 NCAA West I Regional at May 26 Oklahoma May 27 Eastern Kentucky May 28 Oklahoma May 28 Arizona

Tucson, AZ L 2-5 W 9-3 W 6-5 L 4-13

1990 NCAA West II Regional at Tempe, AZ May 25 Washington State L 2-13 May 26 Arizona State L 9-11

1988 NCAA Regional Participant

1 9 9 8 NCAA West Regional at Stanford, CA May 21 Stanford W 6-2 May 22 Long Beach State L 9-19 May 23 Alabama L 5-13 1 9 9 9 NCAA West Regional at Stanford, CA May 28 Stanford L 2-10 May 29 Nevada L 3-4 2 0 0 0 NCAA West Regional at Fullerton, CA May 26 Cal State Fullerton W 6-4 May 27 Southern California L 5-13 May 27 Cal State Fullerton L 2-5 1989 NCAA Regional Participant

1990 NCAA Regional Participant 1990 West Coast Conference Champions

1999 NCAA Regional Participant 1999 West Coast Conference Champions

1998 NCAA Regional Participant 1998 West Coast Conference Champions

2000 NCAA Regional Participant 2000 West Coast Conference Champions

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LMU RECORD BOOK T E A M S E A S O N RE C O R D S Batting Hits At Bats RBI Stolen Base Attempts Walks Strikeouts Hit By Pitches Total Bases Slugging Percentage Sacrifice Hits Sacrifice Flies Stolen Bases Per Game Doubles Per Game Triples Per Game Home Runs Per Game Runs Per Game Pitching Innings Pitched Complete Games Relief Appearances Saves Strikeouts Walks Shutouts

Fielding Total Chances Putouts Assists Double Plays Streaks Overall Win

Home Win Road Win Conference Win Overall Loss Conference Loss

800 (1988) 2,320 (1988) 540 (1988) 203 (1977) 410 (1982) 440 (1997) 112 (2000) 1,222 (1988) .527 (1988) 63 (1976) 36 (2000) 2.93 (1977) 2.27 (1988) 0.48 (1970) 1.37 (2000) 9.34 (1998)

556 (1990) 26 (1976) 158 (2001) 16 (1988) 451 (2000) 338 (1981) 6 (1988) 6 (1985)

2,451 (1986) 1,623 (1999) 762 (1986) 72 (1990)

13 (1989) 13 (1988) 13 (1986) 13 (1988) 12 (1986) 15 (1989) 15 (1988) 14 (2001) 16 (2001)

T EAM GAME H IGHS Batting At Bats Runs Hits Doubles Triples Home Runs Runs Batted In Walks Strikeouts

Stolen Bases Hit By Pitches Pitching Innings Strikeouts Walks Hits Runs Earned Runs Fielding Chances Putouts Assists Errors

Double Plays

T EAM SEASON HIGHS

57, vs. USD, 3/1/85 34, vs. USF, 4/18/86 30, vs. Saint Mary’s, 3/31/00 8, vs. Saint Mary’s, 3/31/00 8, vs. CS Los Angeles, 2/28/98 5, vs. Long Beach St, 2/11/75 7, vs. Cal Poly, 2/26/00 29, vs. USF, 4/18/86 17, at Hawaii-Hilo, 3/11/96 17, vs. Long Beach St, 4/3/01 17, vs. Long Beach St, 3/4/97 17, vs. USC, 4/23/91 7, vs. UCSB, 2/8/75 9, vs. UCLA, 4/4/00

17, vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 17, vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 14, vs. Hawaii, 2/27/88 14, vs. Hawaii, 2/26/88 24, vs. Long Beach St, 4/9/91 23, vs. CS Northridge, 4/23/97 21, vs. UNLV, 3/26/97

Games 1. 66 (1988) 2. 65 (1986) 3. 65 (1980) 4. 64 (1989) 5. 63 (twice)

Triples 1. 31 (1988) 2. 26 (1985) 3. 22 (1974) 4. 21 (1991) 5. 20 (1986)

Wins 1. 50 (1986) 2. 48 (1988) 3. 45 (1990) 4. 40 (2000) 5. 39 (1989)

Runs 1. 606 (1988) 2. 601 (1986) 3. 542 (1998) 4. 519 (1990) 5. 516 (2000)

Home Runs 1. 82 (1990) 2. 81 (2000) 3. 78 (1986) 4. 71 (1991) 5. 70 (1988)

Winning Percentage 1. .769 (1986) 2. .727 (1988) 3. .726 (1990) 4. .678 (2000) 5. .633 (1991)

Hits 1. 800 (1988) 2. 784 (1990) 3. 702 (2000) 4. 694 (1999) 5. 693 (1986)

Stolen Bases 1. 158 (1977) 2. 135 (1979) 3. 122 (1978) 4. 112 (1982) 5. 107 (1976)

Doubles 1. 150 (1988) 2. 134 (1991) 3. 132 (2000) 4. 130 (1990) 130 (1989)

Batting Average 1. .345 (1988) 2. .341 (1990) 3. .336 (1987) 4. .331 (2000) 5. .329 (1985)

Earned Run Average 1. 2.98 (1970) 2. 3.42 (1969) 3. 4.03 (1978) 4. 4.17 (1972) 5. 4.21 (1989) Fielding Percentage 1. .972 (1990) 2. .970 (1988) 3. .969 (1986) 4. .967 (1982) 5. .966 (1987)

80, vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 51, vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 24, vs. SDSU, 3/1/85 7, vs. Portland, 4/5/97 7, vs. USF, 4/14/96 7, vs. New Mexico, 3/10/85 4, vs. Long Beach State, 2/24/99 4, vs. Utah, 2/1/98 4, vs. UCLA, 4/14/92

The only no-hitter thrown in LMU history belongs to Bob Seus, who did not surrender a hit at Long Beach State in a 9-0 Lion win on March 14, 1980. In the game, only three runners reached base against the right-handed junior. Seus allowed two walks and hit one batter but faced the minimum 27 batters.

IN D I V I D U A L G A M E H I G H S Batting At Bats Runs

Hits Doubles Triples Home Runs

Runs Batted In Walks

Strikeouts

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8, Jason Hueth vs. San Diego, 4/22/95 8, Mike Peters vs. San Diego, 4/22/95 5, Jeff Walker at UCLA, 4/4/00 5, Kris Zacuto vs. Saint Mary’s, 3/31/00 5, Joe Sulentor vs. Portland, 5/10/98 5, Darren Sugiyama vs. Nevada, 1/31/92 6, Travis Tarchione vs. UNLV, 4/15/87 4, Joe Ciccarella vs. San Francisco, 2/23/91 2, Ikaika Hoopii vs. San Francisco, 5/6/94 3, Kriz Zacuto vs. Gonzaga, 5/11/01 3, Scott Walter vs. Gonzaga, 5/7/00 3, Matt Riordan at Gonzaga, 4/25/99 3, Scott Walter at San Francisco, 4/19/98 3, Tony Kounas vs. San Francisco, 4/13/90 3, Don Sparks vs. UC Santa Barbara, 3/23/88 8, Scott Walter vs. Gonzaga, 5/7/00 8, Scott Walter at San Francisco, 4/19/98 8, Billy Bean vs. San Francisco, 4/20/85 4, Josh Whitesell vs. San Francisco, 3/24/02 4, Josh Whitesell vs. Portland, 3/15/02 4, Robert Hirsh vs. Gonzaga, 5/10/01 4, Greg Bergeron vs. San Francisco, 5/7/94 4, Benny Craig vs. Pepperdine,5/9/97

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Hit Streak Pitching Innings Pitched Innings Pitched Strikeouts Walks Hits Runs Earned Runs Fielding Putouts Assists Double Plays Errors

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5, Dave Long vs. UC Santa Barbara, 2/8/75 3, Anthony Angel vs. Utah, 2/18/00 3, Anthony Angel at Portland, 4/4/98 3, Anthony Angel vs. Utah, 1/30/98 3, Rick Mediavilla vs. Utah, 3/19/90 27 games, Don Sparks, 3/15/88 through 4/22/88 13, Tim Layana (starter) vs. USC, 4/9/85 9.2, Tim Layana (relief) vs. San Diego State, 3/1/85 16, Sandor Demosthenes vs. Gonzaga, 4/19/96 10, Mike McNary vs. Hawaii, 2/27/88 17, Jason Hueth vs. Saint Mary's, 4/8/95 12, Drew Bentz vs. Long Beach State, 3/25/77 12, Dennis Sandoval vs. USC, 2/22/75 11, Joe Caruso vs. Arizona State, 2/3/91 19, David Jones vs. Long Beach State, 3/31/78 10, Carl Fraticelli vs. USC, 4/9/85 4, Greg Carl vs. UCLA, 4/14/92 4, Darren Sugiyama vs. UCLA, 4/14/92 4, Darrel Deak vs. Stanford, 2/5/89


ALL-TIME SEASON LEADERS Triples

BA T T I N G Games 1. 66 2. 65 65 65 5. 64 64 64 64 64 64 64

Travis Tarchione Billy Bean Mike Franks Tracy Jones Rick Allen Miah Bradbury Travis Tarchione Brian Turang Mike Berberet Chris Donnels Jim McAnany

1988 1986 1980 1980 1989 1989 1989 1988 1980 1986 1986

Rick Mediavilla Chris Gomez Travis Tarchione Tracy Jones Matt Riordan Don Sparks Tim Williams Mike Franks Ikaika Hoopii Anthony Angel

1990 1990 1988 1980 1999 1988 1990 1980 1996 2000

At Bats 1. 269 2. 268 3. 264 264 5. 262 6. 259 7. 257 8. 253 9. 252 10.249

Runs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

84 78 74 73 72 72 72 72 9. 69 10. 68 68

Billy Bean Chris Donnels Don Sparks Carl Fraticelli Kevin Hook Joe Ciccarella Rick Mediavilla Carl Fraticelli Brian Turang Matt Riordan Joe Sulentor

1986 1986 1988 1986 1998 1991 1990 1988 1988 1998 1998

Rick Mediavilla Don Sparks Travis Tarchione Chris Gomez Miah Bradbury Scott Stout Matt Riordan Joe Ciccarella Curt Fiore Tony Kounas Reggie Lambert

1990 1988 1988 1990 1989 1982 1999 1991 1999 1990 1985

Hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

112 105 102 100 94 92 90 90 9. 89 89 89 91 79 78 75 70 70 7. 68 8. 67 67 67 67 67

Chris Donnels Don Sparks Anthony Angel Chris Donnels Scott Walter Darrel Deak Billy Bean Scott Walter Joe Ciccarella Travis Tarchione Billy Bean Brian Leighton

1986 1988 2000 1987 2000 1991 1986 1998 1991 1988 1985 1984

Doubles 1. 31 2. 25 3. 24 24 5. 23 23 23 8. 22 22 10. 21

Miah Bradbury Kris Zacuto Joe Ciccarella Chris Gomez Anthony Napolitano Anthony Napolitano Don Sparks Travis Tarchione Brian Leighton Matt Riordan

Dan Henry Russ Noah Bob Sheldon Carl Fraticelli Billy Bean Russ Noah Matt Riordan Ikaika Hoopii Reggie Lambert CJ Wilson Jason Aspito

1975 1972 1971 1988 1986 1973 1998 1994 1985 2001 2000

Home Runs 1. 21 2. 19 3. 17 17 5. 16 16 16 8. 15 15 15 15

Chris Donnels Scott Walter Benny Craig Jesse Ibarra Miah Bradbury Chris Donnels Brian Leighton Jesse Ibarra Darrel Deak Tony Kounas Brian Turang

1986 2000 1997 1993 1990 1987 1984 1994 1991 1990 1988

Total Bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

171 161 158 154 152 152 7. 150 8. 149 9. 147 10. 146 146

Don Sparks Joe Ciccarella Scott Walter Chris Donnels Miah Bradbury Chris Gomez Tim Williams Tony Kounas Chris Donnels Jason Aspito Brian Leighton

1988 1991 2000 1986 1990 1990 1990 1990 1987 2000 1984

Stolen Bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

40 39 35 34 34 30 28 26 25 25 25 25

John Krickl Dave Long Errect Ridley Tim Collins Tracy Cowger Reggie Lambert John Krickl Scott Stout John Krickl Dave Long Pat Corcoran Bob Sheldon

1979 1975 1977 1979 1977 1984 1978 1982 1977 1976 1975 1971

Bases on Balls

Runs Batted In 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 9 2. 8 8 4. 7 7 6. 6 7. 5 5 5 10.3 3

1989 2002 1991 1990 1994 1992 1988 1988 1984 1999

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

66 59 58 52 51 50 49 46 45 45 45

Billy Bean Carl Fraticelli Chris Donnels Carl Fraticelli Reggie Lambert Kevin Hook Joe Ciccarella Scott Stout Jeff Franklin Jerry Stone Jerry Stone

1986 1986 1986 1988 1984 1998 1991 1981 1977 1973 1972

Batting Average (2.5 AB/GM) 1. .435 Joe Ciccarella 2. .416 Rick Mediavilla 3. .410 Reggie Lambert 4. .405 Don Sparks 5. .404 Bob Sheldon 6. .403 Billy Bean 7. .399 Russ Noah .399 Mike Logelin 9. .398 Miah Bradbury 10. .392 Tom McDonald

Winning Percentage

P ITCHING Appearances 1. 40 2. 35 3. 34 34 5. 33 6. 32 32 32 9. 31 31 31

Joe Caruso Brian Clancy Darryl Scott Darryl Scott Chris Gray Joe Caruso Darryl Scott Eric Reinholtz Chad Dembisky Darryl Scott Rod Volk

1991 1989 1988 1987 2001 1990 1989 1987 1991 1990 1972

Complete Games 1. 12 2. 10 10 10 10 10 10 8. 8 8 10. 7 7

Tim Layana Drew Bentz Tom Henderson Rod Volk Chris Wibberley Dave Sehnem Dave Sehnem Tim Layana Drew Bentz Jon Willard Tim Layana

1986 1976 1976 1973 1973 1971 1970 1985 1975 1990 1984

Tim Layana Jon Willard Chad Dembisky Darryl Scott Steve Surico Mark Stomp Rod Volk Billy Traber Kalani Bush Five Tied

1986 1990 1991 1990 1988 1986 1973 2000 1989

Darryl Scott Walt Von Huene Dylan Sugar Joe Caruso Jesse Ibarra Jeff Goettsch Chris Gray Joe Caruso Tim Layana Tim Layana

1988 1970 1997 1991 1994 1987 1999 1990 1986 1985

(min. 8 decisions) 1. .900 Ben Bonilla (9-1) 2. .875 Terry Seward (7-1) 3. .857 Steve Surico (12-2) 4. .850 Tim Layana (17-3) 5. .833 Kalani Bush (10-2) 6. .818 Michael Schultz (9-2) 7. .800 John Swanson (8-2) 8. .778 Bill Barnett (7-2) 9. .765 Jon Willard (13-4) 10..750 Four Tied

2000 1988 1988 1986 1989 1998 1981 1970 1990

Earned Run Average (1 IP/GM) 1. 1.37 Walt Von Huene 2. 1.85 Bill Barnett 3. 1.93 Jim Kerker 4. 2.33 Brian Clancy 5. 2.39 Kelly Nicholson 6. 2.74 Bill Barnett 7. 2.93 Dave Sehnem 8. 2.95 Todd Yasin 9. 3.02 Tom Scarlett 10. 3.12 Tim Layana

1971 1970 1969 1989 1979 1969 1970 1978 1972 1985

Wins 1. 17 2. 13 3. 12 12 12 12 7. 11 8. 10 10 10. 9

Saves 1. 13 2. 10 3. 9 9 5. 6 6 7. 5 5 5 5

Billy Traber, the 2000 WCC Pitcher of the Year, is LMU’s single-season strikeouts leader.

Innings Pitched 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

170.2 142.1 137.1 135.2 133.1 129.0 126.2 123.2 123.2 123.2 123.2

Tim Layana Chris Wibberley Tom Henderson Drew Bentz Drew Bentz Rod Volk Jon Willard Billy Traber Darryl Scott Mark Stomp Tim Layana

1986 1973 1976 1975 1976 1973 1990 2000 1990 1986 1985

Strikeouts 1991 1990 1985 1988 1971 1985 1973 1969 1989 1973

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

156 139 135 114 110 108 107 105 104 104

Billy Traber Tim Layana Billy Traber Michael Schultz Rod Volk Drew Bentz Tim Layana Chris Wibberley Michael Schultz Michael Schultz

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2000 1986 1999 2000 1973 1976 1985 1973 1999 1998

Left-handed pitcher Ben Bonilla earned the top spot on the single-season winning percentage chart with a 9-1 record (.900) during the 2000 season.

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ALL-TIME CAREER LEADERS BA T T I N G Games 1. 233 Carl Fraticelli 2. 229 Tim Williams 229 Jim McAnany 4. 226 Miah Bradbury 5. 225 Billy Bean 6. 222 Darrel Deak 7. 213 Chad Ohira 8. 210 Kris Zacuto 9. 208 John Krickl 10. 205 Travis Tarchione

1985-88 1988-91 1984-87 1987-90 1983-86 1988-91 1995-98 1999-02 1976-79 1986-89

At Bats 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

846 822 797 794 790 768 767 734 729 726

Miah Bradbury Billy Bean Jim McAnany Kris Zacuto Carl Fraticelli Tommy Perez John Krickl Bob Sheldon Anthony Angel Ikaika Hoopii

1987-90 1983-86 1984-87 1999-02 1985-88 1999-02 1976-79 1969-72 1998-00 1993-96

Runs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

240 216 195 183 173 172 170 168 166 164

Carl Fraticelli Billy Bean Miah Bradbury Chris Donnels Bob Sheldon Scott Walter Kris Zacuto Jim McAnany Joe Ciccarella Anthony Angel

1985-88 1983-86 1987-90 1985-87 1969-72 1998-00 1999-02 1984-87 1989-91 1998-00

1. 306 Miah Bradbury 2. 290 Billy Bean 3. 265 Kris Zacuto 265 Travis Tarchione 5. 259 Carl Fraticelli 6. 248 Scott Walter 7. 244 Jim McAnany 8. 239 Anthony Angel 239 Bob Sheldon 239 Tommy Perez

1987-90 1983-86 1999-02 1986-89 1985-88 1998-00 1984-87 1998-00 1969-72 1999-02

Hits

R u n s Batted I n 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

225 204 191 184 173 172 172 8. 170 9. 165 10. 150

Chris Donnels Billy Bean Miah Bradbury Scott Walter Jim McAnany Kris Zacuto Travis Tarchione Tommy Perez Anthony Angel Darrel Deak

1985-87 1983-86 1987-90 1998-00 1984-87 1999-02 1986-89 1999-02 1998-00 1988-91

Doubles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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72 70 62 61 58

Miah Bradbury 1987-90 Kris Zacuto 1999-01 Anthony Napolitano 1991-94 Billy Bean 1983-86 David Jones 1976-79

6. 50 50 8. 46 45 10. 44

Scott Walter Jim McAnany Joe Ciccarella Darrel Deak Chris Donnels

1998-00 1984-87 1989-91 1988-91 1985-87

Triples 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

19 16 14 13 11 10 9 9 9 10. 8 8 8

Bob Sheldon Billy Bean Ikaika Hoopii Dan Henry Robert Cannon Carl Fraticelli Joe Ciccarella Tim Williams Kris Zacuto John Cassanego Reggie Lambert Tracy Cowger

1969-72 1983-86 1993-96 1975-76 1986-89 1985-88 1989-91 1988-91 1999-01 1994-97 1984-85 1977-78

HomeRuns 1. 45 2. 41 3. 36 36 5. 35 6. 30 7. 29 8. 28 9. 27 27

Chris Donnels Tommy Perez Scott Walter Miah Bradbury Jesse Ibarra Jim McAnany Kris Zacuto Darrel Deak Anthony Angel Brian Leighton

1985-87 1999-02 1998-00 1987-90 1992-94 1984-87 1999-02 1988-91 1998-00 1983-84

Total Bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

490 449 440 437 417 412 410 402 372 372

Miah Bradbury Billy Bean Kris Zacuto Bob Sheldon Chris Donnels Scott Walter Tommy Perez Jim McAnany Travis Tarchione David Jones

1987-90 1983-86 1999-02 1969-72 1985-87 1998-00 1999-02 1984-87 1986-89 1976-79

Stolen Bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

104 73 65 60 55 50 49 48 47 44

John Krickl Dave Long Tim Collins Bob Sheldon Tracy Cowger Errect Ridley Pat Corcoran Reggie Lambert Joe Ciccarella Mike Fizzolio

1976-79 1974-76 1976-79 1969-72 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1984-85 1989-91 1977-79

Baseso nBalls 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

177 150 125 120 106 104 104 8. 101 9. 96 10. 95

Carl Fraticelli Billy Bean Chris Donnels Joe Ciccarella Jerry Stone Jim McAnany Bob Sheldon Jeff Franklin Chad Ohira Ikaika Hoopii

1985-88 1983-86 1985-87 1989-91 1971-73 1984-87 1969-72 1974-77 1995-98 1993-96

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BattingAverage (Min. 300 AB) 1. .389 Russ Noah 2. .383 Don Sparks 3. .379 Reggie Lambert 4. .369 Travis Tarchione 5. .368 Tracy Cowger 6. .367 Chris Donnels 7. .364 Joe Ciccarella 8. .362 Miah Bradbury 9. .356 Scott Walter 10. .353 Billy Bean

1971-73 1987-88 1984-85 1986-89 1977-78 1985-87 1989-91 1987-90 1998-00 1983-86

P ITCHING Appearances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

131 107 98 92 90 90 89 85 82 80

Darryl Scott Chris Gray Joe Caruso Jeff Cecchin Shawn Hammett Tim Layana Ben Bonilla Rod Volk Tom Henderson Brian Felton

1987-90 1998-01 1989-91 1995-98 1992-95 1983-86 1997-00 1971-74 1973-76 1998-01

Complete Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

33 26 26 22 21 17 15 14 11 11 11

Tim Layana Dave Sehnem Jim Kerker Drew Bentz Tom Henderson Shawn Hammett Chris Wibberly Bob Seus Michael Schultz Kelly Nicholson Rod Volk

1983-86 1969-72 1966-69 1974-77 1975-76 1992-95 1972-74 1978-80 1998-00 1979-82 1971-74

1. 35-30 Tim Layana 2. 31-21 Darryl Scott 3. 27-15 Steve Surico 4. 27-19 Kelly Nicholson 5. 27-15 Ben Bonilla 6. 25-14 Michael Schultz 7. 23-23 Drew Bentz 8. 23-21 Tom Henderson 9. 22-7 Jon Willard 10. 22-18 Rod Volk

1983-86 1987-90 1987-90 1979-82 1997-00 1997-00 1974-77 1973-76 1989-91 1971-74

Wins

3. 427.0 4. 409.0 5. 372.0 6. 361.2 7. 360.1 8. 340.1 9. 336.0 10. 332.2

Drew Bentz 1974-77 Shawn Hammett 1992-95 Tom Henderson 1973-76 Dave Sehnem 1969-72 Darryl Scott 1987-90 Billy Traber 1998-00 Ben Bonilla 1997-00 Kelly Nicholson 1979-82

Strikeouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

405 338 322 317 304 292 281 263 245 234

Tim Layana Billy Traber Michael Schultz Darryl Scott Jim Kerker Shawn Hammett Drew Bentz Rod Volk Dave Sehnem Steve Surico

1983-86 1998-00 1998-00 1987-90 1966-69 1992-95 1974-77 1971-74 1969-72 1987-90

WinningPercentage (min. 15 decisions) 1. .789 Kalani Bush (15-4) 1986-89 2. .759 Jon Willard (22-7) 1989-91 3. .750 Mark Stomp (12-4) 1986 4. .722 Mike Jones (13-5) 1987-88 5. .700 Joe Caruso (21-9) 1989-91 6. .692 Brian Felten (18-8) 1998-99 7. .682 Chris Spears (15-7) 1989-91 8. .667 Mike McNary (12-6) 1988-89 9. .650 Bill Barnett (13-7) 1968-70 10. .643 Ben Bonilla (27-15) 1997-00 .643 Steve Surico (27-15) 1987-90

EarnedR u nAverage (min. 150 innings pitched) 1. 2.63 Bill Barnett 1968-70 2. 2.71 Jim Kerker 1968-69 3. 3.53 Dave Sehnem 1969-72 4. 3.59 John Swanson 1980-81 5. 3.68 Tom Scarlett 1969-72 6. 4.14 Kelly Nicholson 1979-82 7. 4.15 Michael Schultz 1998-00 8. 4.19 Jon Mason 1981-82 9. 4.20 Rod Volk 1971-74 10. 4.22 Darryl Scott 1987-90

Saves 1. 2. 3. 4.

22 16 12 10 10 10 7. 8 8. 7 7 10. 6

Darryl Scott Joe Caruso Dylan Sugar Jesse Ibarra Tim Layana Walt Von Huene Shawn Hammett Chris Gray Jeff Goettsch Brian Felton

1987-90 1989-91 1996-97 1992-94 1983-86 1968-71 1992-95 1998-01 1986-87 1998-01

InningsPitched 1. 511.0 Tim Layana 1983-86 2. 447.1 Michael Schultz 1998-00

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Billy Bean ranks second among alltime career leaders in at bats, runs, hits, RIB, triples, bases on balls and total bases.


ALL-TIME ROSTER A•A•A

D•D•D

Justin Abreu 2000-01-02 Bob Adams 1970 Jim Alexander 1987 Rick Allen 1988-89 Tom Allison 1986 Jim Alliston 1971-73-74 Anthony Angel 1998-99-00 Christian Apodaca 1996 Jim Arico 1977 Dave Arnold 1980 Jason Aspito 2000

Darrel Deak 1988-89-90-91 James Dean 1977-78 Bobby DeJardin 1986-87-88 Richard del Rio 1978 Chad Dembisky 1991 Sandor Demosthenes 1995-96-97-98 Dennis Desmond 1968-69-70 Vahe Devian 1981-82 Mark DiBenedetti 1980 Billy Dillon 1999 Andy Diver 1996 Chris Donnels 1985-86-87 Joe Dottore 1970-71-72-73 Nathan Durham-Hammer2001-02

B•B•B Chuck Baker 1974-75 Steve Balak 1969-70-71 David Barba 2000-01-02 Bill Barnett 1968-69-70 Brian Barton 2001 Steve Bateman 1980 Jim Battle 1983 Brett Beach 1995 Billy Bean 1983-84-85-86 Jason Beattie 1997 Ryan Beaver 1998-99 Chris Beck 1999 Scott Beck 1985 Joe Bellezo 1989-90 Shawn Bennett 1973-74-75-76 Drew Bentz 1974-75-76-77 Mike Berberet 1979-80 Greg Bergeron 1994 Jim Berriatua 1976-77 Andy Biaggi 1991-93 Joe Blandino 1970-71 Rob Boitano 1984 Damien Bonenfant 1983-84-85-86 Ben Bonilla 1997-98-99-00 Art Bordley 1973-74 Ken Bowers 1970 Shane Bowers 1990-92-93 Miah Bradbury 1987-88-89-90 Bob Branchetti 1978-79 Glenn Brannon 1982-83 Steve Bridgewater 1978-79 Jack Brooks 1998-99-00-01 Bill Brundige 2000-01 Jim Bruske 1986 Butch Bucher 1992-93 Dave Burke 1981-82 Kalani Bush 1986-87-88-89 Tom Button 1989 Tim Byrne 1989-90

C•C•C Ulises Cabrera 1998 Scott Cain 1985-86 Jim Calderon 1972-73-74 Dave Calvert 1973 Brett Campbell 1995-96-97 Christian Campos 2002 Robert Cannon 1986-87-88-89 David Cariker 1977-78 Greg Carl 1991-92-93 Mark Carroll 2001-02 Joe Caruso 1989-90-91 Colin Casey 1997 Paul Casillas 1996-97 John Cassanego 1994-95-96-97 Jack Cassel 1999 Jeff Cecchin 1995-96-97-98 Jeff Ciccarella 1991-92-93 Joe Ciccarella 1989-90-91 Brian Clancy 1986-87-88-89 Danny Clay 1981-82 James Clelland 1998-99-00-01 Dave Collard 1981-82-83 Andy Collett 1993-94-95 Dan Collins 1979-80 Tim Collins 1976-77-78-79 Ed Conlan 1996 Greg Connelly 1989 Adam Cooke 1989 Mike Coppess 1977-78-79 Pat Corcoran 1975-76 Mario “Moon” Cordero 2000-01 Vincent Cordova 2001-02 Matt Cova 2001-02 Tracy Cowger 1977-78 Benny Craig 1997 Michael Cramer 1979-80 Tom Croal 1980-81 Luciano Cuevas 1995-96 Bill Culver 1982

E•E•E Wayne Eaton Randy Ebersberger Chuck Eggert Bill Eller Todd Elliot

1977 1981 1995-96 1969-70 1986-87

F•F•F Mark Farrell 1994-95-96 Bob Feld 1968-69 Brian Felten 1998-99-00-01 Brian Fenmore 1975-76 Scott Ferguson 1979-80-81-82 Nathan Ferrari 1998-99 Curt Fiore 1996-97-98-99 Brian Fitzgerald 1992-93-94 Lucas Fitzgerald 1996-97 Mike Fizzolio 1977-78-79 Robby Foster 1984-85 Matt Francis 1985 Jeff Frank 1974-75 Jeff Franklin 1974-75-76-77 Mike Franks 1980-81 Carl Fraticelli 1985-86-87-88 Joe Frazee 2002 Mike Freeman 1980-81 Kevin Fujimoto 1996 Evan Fujinaga 1998

G•G•G Charlie Galbraith 1999 Todd Gates 1990-91 Bob Gauci 1980-81 Vince Gaudi 1974 Joe Gehley 1973-74-75-76 Mike Gehrlein 2000 Gary Gemberling 1983 Tony Giunta 1968-69 Jeff Goettsch 1986-87 Chris Gomez 1990-91 Ed Goodwin 1968 Gregory Gordon 1983 George Gospodinoff 1973-74-75-76 Mark Grafitti 1986-87-88-89 David Grant 1970-71-72 Paul Graves 1989-90-91 Ryan Graves 1993-94-95 Chris Gray 1998-99-00-01 Bill Green 1981 Rob Green 1996-97 Matt Gruber 2001 John Guggiana 1979-80 Kevin Gustorf 1995-96-97-98 Raul Gutierrez 1997

H•H•H Erik Hakanen 1985-86 Scott Halverstadt 1984-85 Shawn Hammett 1992-93-94-95 Damon Hamura 1992-93 John Hans 1980-81-82 Nick Harlambakis 1998-99 Steve Harris 1977-78-79 Gus Hein 1984-85 Tom Henderson 1973-74-75-76 Joseph Hendricks 2002 Dan Henry 1975-76 Jonathan Higashi 2001-02 Collin Hinds 1992-93 Robert Hirsh 1998-99-00-01 Bill Hodge 1968-69-70 Ron Hodges 1985 Jim Holleran 1983-84-85-86 Kevin Hook 1998 Ikaika Hoopii 1993-94-95-96 Mark Horak 1978-79 Reid Hoshide 1998-99-00 Marc Howard 1990 Kyle Huddy 2002

Jason Hueth 1994-95-96-97 Bobby Hughes 1990 Jack Hughes 1968 Jim Hurzeler 1993 Mike Hymes 2000

I•I•I Jesse Ibarra Rob Ickes Nick Infantino Brian Intlekofer Chris Intlekofer Chris Ipsen Bill Islava

1992-93-94 1990-91-92 1977 1994-95-96 1990-92-93 1984-85 1977

J•J•J Dean Jelmini Kevin Jenson Paul Joncich David Jones Mike Jones Tracy Jones Frank Judge Lance Junker

1970-71-72-73 2002 1982-83 1976-77-78-79 1987-88 1980-81-82 1972-73-74-75 1980

K•K•K Jeff Kambak 1980-81-82-83 Jim Keating 1971-72-73 Steve Keller 1968-69 Jim Kerker 1968-69 Jeff Kimbro 1984 RJ Kirkland 1991-92 Matt Knickrehm 1975-76 Brady Koch 2001-02 Kerry Konrady 1996-97 Tony Kounas 1990 Donny Kretschmar 1985 John Krickl 1976-77-78-79

L•L•L Scott LaFountaine 1998, 2000-01 Mike Lambert 1978 Reggie Lambert 1984-85 Jay Larson 1977 Tim Layana 1983-84-85-86 Pat Leaver 1974-75 Dan LeBouf 1976-77-78 Brian Leighton 1983-84 Paul Lemire 1993-94 Tom Lewinski 1984-86 Larry Lewis 1979 Chad Lindholm 2000-01 Stu Livingstone 1975-76 John Lizarraga 1982 Billy Lockin 2001-02 Mike Logelin 1968-69-70 Dave Long 1974-75-76 Gabe Lopez 1999 Nicholas Lovato 2002 Kevin Lovingier 1991 Terrell Lowery 1991 Ken Lund 1983-84-85 Todd Lundwall 2002 Andy Lynch 1984

M•M•M Mark Madsen 1998-99-00 David Maffei 1999-00-01 Scott Malpasuto 1982-83 Reuben Mandaloniz 1992 Mark Margis 1981 Matt Marks 1991-92 Ed Marquez 1997 Ernie Martin 1972-73-74 Oscar Martinez 1996-97-98 Jon Mason 1981-82 John Mastandrea 1992-93-94-95 Marion Mauch 1999-00-01 Vince Mauch 1971-72-73 Jim McAnany 1984-85-86-87 Mike McClure 1968-69-70 Tim McDonald 1968-69-70-71 Tom McDonald 1971-72-73-74 Mike McNary 1988-89 Jim McNaught 1971-72-74 Rick Meaglia 1975-76 Kurt Mears 1987-88 Rick Mediavilla 1990-91 Warren Messina 1978-79 Ed Milich 1968 Kayzell Milton 2000-01 Jacob Minter 1998-99 Eric Minzenberg 1982 Marc Mirizzi 1994-95 Kalalea Montgomery 1996

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Marty Morris Joshua Muecke Matt Muller Mike Muno Kevin Murphy Steve Myhre

1968-69-70 2001-02 1994-96-97 1983-84 1984 1993

N•N•N Mahoe Nakanelua 1996 Steve Napoli 1968 Anthony Napolitano 1991-92-93-94 Ben Navarrette 1968-69-70-71 Mike Navratil 1999 Scott Neill 1987-88 Chad Nichols 1991-92 Kelly Nicholson 1979-80-81-82 Russ Noah 1971-72-73 Bob Noson 1992 Matt Nutter 1983-84

O•O•O Kevin Obergfell 1990 Kevin O’Brien 1979 Jim O’Donnell 1977 Chad Ohira 1995-96-97-98 Paul Okuda 1975 Tim Olivarez 1978 Jonathan Oller 2002 Scott O’Neil 1981 Vince O’Neill 1972-73-74 Jaime Ornelas 2000 Pete Oswald 2000-01 Ryan Ott 1993-94 Craig Owens 1982

P•P•P Mark Paredes 1974-75 Bryan Paul 1992 Bruce Pawlowski 1968-69-70 Jeff Payetta 1982-83 Mike Paz 1983 Gerardo Perez 1991-92 Tommy Perez 1999-00-01-02 Drew Peruzzi 1986-87 Mike Peters 1992-93-94-95 Paul Pettit 1971-72 Ron Pirayoff 1997 Matt Plugge 1994-95 Joe Polanski 1981-83 Steve Polk 1985-86 Willie Price 1968-69-70-71

R•R•R Leland Ratleff 1978 Henley Regisford 1989-90-91 Eric Reinholtz 1986-87 Jim Reutz 1968 Jeff Reavis 1982 Ross Richardson 1992-94 Errect Ridley 1976-77 Matt Riordan 1997-98-99 Paul Ritchie 1991-92 James Rivero 2001 John Rodriguez 1987 Vin Rover 1980-81-82 Rick Ruffinelli 1968 Kevin Ruiz 1975-76 Marty Rupnick 1981 Joe Ruzich 1971-72 Dan Ryan 1970-71-72-73 Marty Ryan 1977

S•S•S Jim St Hilaire 1970 Dennis Sandoval 1975 Anthony Santana 2001-02 Scott Sarver 2002 Tom Scarlett 1969-70-71-72 Brian Schackelford 1994 Dan Schultz 1980 Michael Schultz 1998-99-00 Skip Schumaker 1999 Darryl Scott 1987-88-89 Mike Seal 1992-93-94 Dave Sehnem 1969-70-71-72 Bob Seus 1978-79-80 Dan Seus 1980 Mark Sewald 1980-81-82 Terry Seward 1988 Rick Sharp 1984 Dave Sharrer 1995 Michael Shearer 1980 Bob Sheldon 1969-70-71-72 Mike Sieber 1982-83

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Joe Silva 2001-02 Enoch Simmons 1988 Frank Simoncini 1982-83 Mark Skelly 1983-84 Ken Slagle 1977-78 Greg Slate 1981-82 Sean Smith 2002 Clay Sowder 1992 Don Sparks 1987-88 Chris Spears 1989-90-91 Carl Stoeber 2001-02 Mark Stomp 1986 Jerry Stone 1971-72-73 Scott Stout 1981-82 John Straits 1993 William Strickland 1968-69-70-71 Dylan Sugar 1996-97 Darren Sugiyama 1990-91-92-93 Albie Sukut 1994-95 Joe Sulentor 1996-97-98-99 Pat Sullivan 1985 Joe Summers 1988 Steve Surico 1987-88-89-90 John Swanson 1980-81

T•T•T Travis Tarchione 1986-87-88-89 Tony Taylor 1983-84 Tony Tellers 1972 Joe Tereschuk 1968 Joe Testa 1988-89-90-91 Mike Testa 1987-88-89 Bob Thomason 1979-80 Dan Thompson 1978 Bill Thorney 1982-83-84 Mark Tillman 1989-90-91 Chris Toomey 1996 Billy Traber 1998-99-00 Rich Tricarico 1986-88-89 Todd Tsujimura 1981-82 Ron Tuck 1980 Brian Turang 1988-89 Fred Tuttle 1986-87

U•U•U Brian Urata

1977-78

V•V•V Kevin Van De Brake 1989-90 Rodger Vandenbroek 1980-81 Dave Van Winkle 1987 Mark Veronda 1995-96-97 Rod Volk 1971-72-73-74 Walt Von Huene 1968-69-70-71

W•W•W Randy Waite 2002 Dan Walgren 1984-85-86-87 Brian Walker 1989-90 Jeff Walker 2000-01 Greg Wall 1987-88-89 Scott Walter 1998-99-00 Jim Warner 1986 Phil White 1990 Joshua Whitesell 2001-02 Mike Whitt 1983-84-85 Chris Wibberley 1971-73-74 Rick Wilkerson 1979-80 Tom Wilkinson 1968-69 Jon Willard 1989-90-91 Tim Williams 1988-89-90-91 CJ Wilson 2001 Ian Wilson 1998-99-00 Travis Wilson 1993-94-95-96 Joe Wortmann 1974 Patrick Wuebben 1994

Y•Y•Y Caleb Yamanaka 1994 Todd Yasin 1975-76-77-78 Marty Young 1998 Naoi Yuen 1992-93-94

Z•Z•Z Kris Zacuto Leo Zofrea Ron Zuber

1999-00-01-02 1972 1981-82-83

* List includes any player to have played in at least one game since 1968.

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LMU HONOR ROLL A LL- CONFERENCE 1969 Jim Kerker, first team Mike Logelin, first team 1970 Bill Eller, first team Dan Garrett, first team 1971 Tim McDonald, first team 1972 Russ Noah, first team Bob Sheldon, first team 1973 Dean Jelmini, first team Russ Noah, first team Jerry Stone, first team Rod Volk, first team

1987 Bobby DeJardin, first team Chris Donnels, first team Jim McAnany, second team Travis Tarchione, second team Fred Tuttle, second team 1988 Miah Bradbury, first team Carl Fraticelli, first team Don Sparks, first team Brian Turang, first team Darryl Scott, second team Travis Tarchione, second team 1989 Miah Bradbury, first team Kalani Bush, first team Greg Wall, first team Rick Allen, second team Mike McNary, second team Travis Tarchione, second team 1990 Miah Bradbury, first team Tony Kounas, first team Rick Mediavilla, first team Darryl Scott, first team Kevin Van De Brake, first team Jon Willard, first team Joe Ciccarella, second team Chris Gomez, second team

2000 WCC Player of the Year Anthony Angel

1976 Drew Bentz, first team Pat Corcoran, first team Dan Henry, first team 1977 Tracy Cowger, first team Mike Fizzolio, first team 1978 Bob Branchetti, first team Tracy Cowger, first team David Jones, first team 1979 Mike Cramer, first team 1980 Bob Gauci, first team 1981 Tracy Jones, first team John Swanson, first team 1982 Tracy Jones, first team Scott Stout, first team 1983 Jeff Payetta, first team 1985 Billy Bean, first team Chris Donnels, first team Reggie Lambert, first team 1986 Billy Bean, first team Chris Donnels, first team Carl Fraticelli, first team Jim Holleran, first team Tim Layana, first team Jim McAnany, first team Steve Polk, first team

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1991 Joe Caruso, first team Joe Ciccarella, first team Darrel Deak, first team Chris Gomez, first team Rick Mediavilla, first team Gerardo Perez, first team Chad Dembisky, second team Mark Tillman, second team Terrell Lowery, honorable mention Joe Testa, honorable mention Jon Willard, honorable mention 1992 Anthony Napolitano, first team Shane Bowers, second team Mike Seal, second team Darren Sugiyama, second team Greg Carl, honorable mention Rob Ickes, honorable mention Matt Marks, honorable mention Chad Nichols, honorable mention Gerardo Perez, honorable mention 1993 Jesse Ibarra, first team Anthony Napolitano, first team Mike Peters, first team Andy Biaggi, honorable mention Shane Bowers, honorable mention Jeff Ciccarella, honorable mention Ryan Graves, honorable mention Shawn Hammett, honorable mention Mike Seal, honorable mention 1994 Marc Mirizzi, first team Anthony Napolitano, first team Ryan Graves, second team Jesse Ibarra, second team Greg Bergeron, honorable mention Jason Hueth, honorable mention Mike Peters, honorable mention Mike Seal, honorable mention 1995 Andy Collett, first team Ikaika Hoopii, second team Jason Hueth, second team Marc Mirizzi, second team Mike Peters, second team Shawn Hammett, honorable mention 1996 Curt Fiore, first team Ikaika Hoopii, first team Travis Wilson, first team Sandor Demosthenes, second team Jason Hueth, honorable mention

2003

Kalalea Montgomery, honorable mention Chad Ohira, honorable mention Mark Veronda, honorable mention 1997 Matt Riordan, first team Joe Sulentor, first team Mark Veronda, first team Ben Bonilla, honorable mention Benny Craig, honorable mention Dylan Sugar, honorable mention 1998 Anthony Angel, first team Kevin Hook, first team Michael Schultz, first team Joe Sulentor, first team Scott Walter, first team Matt Riordan, second team Ryan Beaver, honorable mention Brian Felten, honorable mention

W C C FR E S H M A N O F T H E YEAR 1989 Joe Ciccarella 1990 Chris Gomez 1997 Matt Riordan 1998 Michael Schultz, Scott Walter 2002 Sean Smith

1999 Anthony Angel, first team Billy Traber, first team Curt Fiore, second team Matt Riordan, second team Scott Walter, second team Ben Bonilla, honorable mention Tommy Perez, honorable mention 2000 Anthony Angel, first team Jason Aspito, first team Billy Traber, first team Scott Walter, first team Kris Zacuto, first team Ben Bonilla, second team Jeff Walker, second team 2001 Kris Zacuto, first team 2002 Billy Lockin, first team Sean Smith, first team Tommy Perez, second team Joe Frazee, second team Jonathan Higashi, honorable mention Vince Cordova, honorable mention

W C C PLAYER O F T H E YEAR 1973 Russ Noah 1986 Chris Donnels 1990 Miah Bradbury 1991 Joe Ciccarella 1998 Scott Walter 2000 Anthony Angel

W C C PITCHER O F T H E YEAR 1986 Tim Layana (Shared) 1998 Michael Schultz 2000 Billy Traber

1991 WCC Player of the Year Joe Ciccarella

W C C CO A C H O F T H E YEAR 1973 Marv Wood 1986 Dave Snow 1990 Chris Smith 1998 Frank Cruz 2000 Frank Cruz

A LL- DISTRICT VIII 1969 Mike Logelin, first team 1971 Mike Logelin, first team Bob Sheldon, first team 1972 Russ Noah, first team Bob Sheldon, first team 1973 Dean Jelmini, first team Russ Noah, first team Jerry Stone, first team 1976 Pat Corcoran, first team Dan Henry, first team 1977 Tracy Cowger, first team Mike Fizzolio, first team 1985 Billy Bean, first team

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1986 Billy Bean, first team Chris Donnels, first team Tim Layana, first team Carl Fraticelli, second team

1987 Chris Donnels ABCA, third team

1987 Chris Donnels, first team

1989 Miah Bradbury Baseball America, third team

1990 Rick Mediavilla, first team Miah Bradbury, second team Tony Kounas, second team Darryl Scott, second team

1991 Joe Ciccarella Baseball America, second team Collegiate Baseball, third team 1998 Michael Schultz NCBWA, third team

1991 Joe Caruso, second team Joe Ciccarella, second team

A LL- WEST REGION

1999 Curt Fiore NCBWA, third team

1998 Michael Schultz, first team

Billy Traber NCBWA, honorable mention

2000 Anthony Angel, first team

2000 Billy Traber Collegiate Baseball, second team

A LL- AMERICA

Scott Walter Collegiate Baseball, third team

1973 Russ Noah Sporting News, first team

2002 Billy Lockin Jewish Sports Review, first team

Jerry Stone Collegiate Baseball 1985 Billy Bean Collegiate Baseball, honorable mention 1986 Tim Layana ABCA, second team Baseball America, second team

Chris Gomez Collegiate Baseball, first team Baseball America, second team Bobby Hughes Baseball America, second team

1996 Curt Fiore Collegiate Baseball, first team

A CADEMIC A LL- CONFERENCE 1991 Paul Graves Rick Mediavilla

Ryan Beaver Collegiate Baseball, hon. mention

1992 Anthony Napolitano Paul Ritchie

Michael Schultz Collegiate Baseball, first team

1993 Anthony Napolitano

2002 Sean Smith Collegiate Baseball, first team

1994 Anthony Napolitano

Joe Frazee Collegiate Baseball, hon. mention

1973 Dean Jelmini, first team

1990

1996 Sandor Demosthenes

1998 Scott Walter Collegiate Baseball, first team Baseball America, first team

1985 Chris Donnels Baseball America, honorable mention

Billy Bean ABCA, second team

1994 Anthony Napolitano

1994 Marc Mirizzi Collegiate Baseball, first team

FR E S H M A N A LL- AMERICA

1989 Joe Ciccarella Collegiate Baseball, second team

1993 Anthony Napolitano

1992 Mike Seal Collegiate Baseball, hon. mention

G T E ACADEMIC A LL- AMERICA

Chris Donnels ABCA, second team

A CADEMIC A LL- DISTRICT

1994 Anthony Napolitano, second team

1995 John Mastandrea 1996 Sandor Demosthenes Mark Farrell 1997 Sandor Demosthenes 1998 Sandor Demosthenes 2000 Mike Hymes

1996 Sandor Demosthenes, third team

L M U SEASONAL LEADERS Year 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

Batting Batting Average Russ Noah (.378) Russ Noah (.399) Tim McDonald (.292) Dan Henry (.305) Pat Cocoran (.387) Mike Fizzolio (.370) Tracy Cowger (.373) Tim Collins (.353) Mike Franks (.320) Mike Franks (.348) Tracy Jones (.391) Jeff Payetta (.389) Bill Thorney (.339) Reggie Lambert (.410) Billy Bean (.355) Travis Tarchione (.377) Don Sparks (.405) Miah Bradbury (.398) Rick Mediavilla (.416) Joe Ciccarella (.435) Anthony Napolitano (.343) Mike Peters (.365) Anthony Napolitano (.344) Marc Mirizzi (.332) Curt Fiore (.348) Joe Sulentor (.369) Scott Walter (.383) Curt Fiore (.366) Jason Aspito (.360) Tommy Perez (.364)

Home Runs Russ Noah (6) Jerry Stone (11) Tim McDonald (6) Pat Corcoran (7) Pat Cocoran (11) Ken Slagle (9) Two with (7) David Jones (10) Mike Berberet (7) Greg Slate (8) Dave Burke (6) Brian Leighton (11) Brian Leighton (16) Two with (8) Chris Donnels (21) Chris Donnels (16) Brian Turang (15) Rick Allen (11) Miah Bradbury (16) Darrel Deak (15) Matt Marks (9) Jesse Ibarra (17) Jesse Ibarra (15) Andy Collett (11) Travis Wilson (11) Benny Craig (17) Anthony Angel (10) Tommy Perez (12) Scott Walter (19) Tommy Perez (11)

Runs Batted In Russ Noah (42) Jerry Stone (45) Tim McDonald (30) Frank Judge (36) Pat Corcoran (55) Ken Slagle (52) David Jones (52) David Jones (48) John Guggiana (41) Tracy Jones (48) Vahe Devian (48) Scott Malpasuto (39) Brian Leighton (67) Billy Bean (67) Chris Donnels (91) Chris Donnels (75) Don Sparks (79) Rick Allen (60) Miah Bradbury (66) Darrel Deak (70) Darren Sugiyama (42) Jesse Ibarra (52) Jesse Ibarra (47) Andy Collett (51) Travis Wilson (50) Benny Craig (61) Scott Walter (67) Tommy Perez (50) Anthony Angel (78) Tommy Perez (45)

2002

Billy Lockin (.371)

Tommy Perez (11)

Kris Zacuto (48)

Pitching Wins Rod Volk (4) Rod Volk (11) Two with (6) Drew Bentz (9) Two with (8) Three with (5) Two with (6) Kelly Nicholson (8) Bob Seus (8) Two with (8) Bill Culver (6) Mark Skelly (5) Tim Layana (7) Two with (8) Tim Layana (17) Darryl Scott (8) Steve Surico (12) Kalani Bush (10) Jon Willard (13) Chad Dembisky (12) Chad Nichols (4) Shawn Hammett (7) Ryan Graves (6) Two with (5)

Earned Run Average Tom Scarlett (3.02) Rod Volk (3.84) Rod Volk (3.56) Drew Bentz (3.18) Drew Bentz (3.58) Brian Urata (5.01) Todd Yasin (2.95) Kelly Nicholson (2.39) Kelly Nicholson (3.37) John Swanson (3.49) Jon Mason (3.66) Matt Nutter (4.37) Tim Layana (4.98) Tim Layana (3.12) Jeff Goethsch (3.93) Darryl Scott (4.28) Darryl Scott (3.28) Brian Clancy (2.33) Darryl Scott (3.86) Joe Caruso (3.92) Shane Bowers (5.36) Shane Bowers (4.55) Andy Collett (4.81) Shawn Hammett (3.25)

Strikeouts Rod Volk (77) Rod Volk (110) Chris Wibberley (72) Drew Bentz (88) Drew Bentz (108) Drew Bentz (68) Mark Horak (54) Michael Cramer (82) Bob Seus (86) John Swanson (72) Jon Mason (68) Tim Layana (80) Tim Layana (79) Tim Layana (107) Tim Layana (139) Darryl Scott (66) Mike McNary (87) Darryl Scott (99) Darryl Scott (90) Two with (100) Shawn Hammett (52) Shane Bowers (88) Shawn Hammett (71) Shawn Hammett (84)

Sandor Demosthenes (8)

Sandor Demosthenes (5.11)

Sandor Demosthenes (77)

Ben Bonilla (7) Michael Schultz (9) Billy Traber (8) Billy Traber (10) Joshua Muecke (5) James Clelland (5) Vince Cordova (8)

Jeff Cecchin (5.18) Michael Schultz (5.11) Billy Traber (4.20) Billy Traber (3.17) Chris Gray (3.48)

Jeff Cecchin (59) Michael Schultz (104) Billy Traber (135) Billy Traber (156) CJ Wilson (72)

Justin Abreu (5.76)

Josh Muecke (60)

MINIMUMS • Batting Average - 2.5 at bats per game • Earned Run Average - 1.0 inning pitched per game

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FORMER LIONS IN THE PROS

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Year

Player

Round

2001

CJ Wilson

5th

Original Organization

2001

James Clelland

free agent

2000

Billy Traber

1st

2000

Michael Schultz

2nd

2000

Scott Walter

3rd

Kansas City Royals

2000

Jason Aspito

9th

Chicago White Sox

Texas Rangers Montreal Expos New York Mets Arizona Diamondbacks

2000

Anthony Angel

14th

2000

Ben Bonilla

free agent

Arizona Diamondbacks

2000

Mike Hymes

free agent

Independant

1999

Matt Riordan

14th

Baltimore Orioles

1999

Curt Fiore

34th

Atlanta Braves

1999

Joe Sulentor

free agent

1998

Kevin Hook

14th

Montreal Expos

1997

Benny Craig

19th

Cincinnati Reds

1997

Lucas Fitzgerald

free agent

Clarksville Coyotes

1997

Dylan Sugar

free agent

Independant

1995

Andy Collett

13th

1994

Jesse Ibarra

6th

1994

Collin Hinds

18th

1994

Greg Bergeron

free agent

1993

Shane Bowers

21st

1991

Terrell Lowery

2nd

Texas Rangers

1991

Joe Caruso

3rd

Boston Red Sox

1991

Joe Ciccarella

4th

Boston Red Sox

1991

Todd Gates

17th

Texas Rangers

1991

Darrel Deak

18th

St. Louis Cardinals

1991

Mark Tillman

25th

Detroit Tigers

1991

Rick Mediavilla

27th

St. Louis Cardinals

1991

Chris Spears

free agent

San Diego Padres

1991

Jon Willard

free agent

Salt Lake City Trappers

1990

Miah Bradbury

5th

1990

Tony Kounas

21st

1990

Darryl Scott

free agent

1990

Steve Surico

free agent

Texas Rangers

1990

Kevin Van de Brake

free agent

Los Angeles Dodgers

1989

Rick Allen

10th

1989

Kalani Bush

24th

Chicago Cubs

1989

Brian Turang

51st

Seattle Mariners

1989

Robert Cannon

free agent

California Angels

1989

Travis Tarchione

free agent

Salt Lake City Trappers

1988

Enoch Simmons

4th

Oakland Athletics

1988

Don Sparks

5th

New York Yankees

1988

Bobby DeJardin

8th

New York Yankees

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Minnesota Twins

Seattle Mariners San Francisco Giants Seattle Mariners Lethbridge Mounties Minnesota Twins

Miami Miracle Seattle Mariners California Angels

Cincinnati Reds


FORMER LIONS IN THE PROS 1988

Carl Fraticelli

19th

1988

Mike Jones

35th

1988

Scott Neill

free agent

1987

Chris Donnels

1st

1987

Jim McAnany

20th

Minnesota Twins Detroit Tigers Cleveland Indians New York Mets California Angels

1987

Jeff Goettsch

free agent

California Angels

1987

Eric Reinholtz

free agent

California Angels

1986

Jim Bruske

1st*

Cleveland Indians

1986

Tim Layana

3rd

New York Yankees

1986

Billy Bean

4th

Detroit Tigers

1986

Mark Stomp

free agent

Philadelphia Phillies

1986

Mike Whitt

free agent

San Francisco Giants

1985

Tim Layana

5th

1984

Rick Sharp

18th

Cleveland Indians

1984

Reggie Lambert

free agent

California Angels

1984

Brian Leighton

free agent

Milwaukee Brewers

1982

Vin Rover

18th

1982

Bill Culver

25th

1982

Danny Clay

free agent

Philadelphia Phillies

1982

Tracy Jones

free agent

Detroit Tigers

1981

Randy Ebersberger

8th

1981

Bob Gauci

free agent

1981

Mike Franks

free agent

New York Mets

1981

Lance Junker

free agent

San Francisco Giants

1979

Tim Collins

24th

1978

Tracy Cowger

9th

1978

Brian Urata

free agent

1976

Dave Long

13th

Atlanta Braves

1976

Dan Henry

20th

Los Angeles Dodgers

1976

Pat Corcoran

free agent

1976

Tom Henderson

free agent

Detroit Tigers

1976

Stu Livingston

free agent

Atlanta Braves

1975

Chuck Baker

2nd*

San Diego Padres

1975

Frank Judge

free agent

California Angels

1974

Chris Wibberley

21st

Oakland Athletics

1973

Russ Noah

3rd

Minnesota Twins

1973

Jerry Stone

4th

San Diego Padres

1973

Dean Jelmini

free agent

1972

Bob Sheldon

22nd

New York Mets

Cincinnati Reds Detroit Tigers

San Francisco Giants Detroit Tigers

California Angels Texas Rangers California Angels

Oakland Athletics

California Angels Milwaukee Brewers

1971

Dennis Desmond

free agent

1971

Bill Eller

free agent

Oakland Athletics Chicago Cubs

1971

Mike Logelin

free agent

Oakland Athletics

1969

Steve Keller

13th

Montreal Expos

*secondary phase of draft

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RETIRED JERSEYS For the first time in the history of LMU Athletics, the jerseys of three former Lion baseball players were retired during the 2000 season. The three individuals, Tim Layana (No. 54), Jerry Stone (No. 10) and Billy Bean (No. 44), not only distinguished themselves as some of the very best athletes in the country, but also represented Loyola Marymount with dignity and pride. A ceremony was held to officially honor and retire the jerseys of these outstanding individuals. Their names, numbers and accomplishments will forever be etched into LMU history. The retired numbers which hang at the entrance of Page Stadium.

Tim Layana One of the greatest pitchers in LMU history, Tim Layana had his jersey retired (No.54) during pregame ceremonies prior to Loyola Marymount’s game against San Francisco on March 11, 2000. Layana’s prowess helped guide the Lions to the College World Series in 1986, the only appearance by an LMU team in school history. A first-team All-WCC pick as a senior, Layana was tabbed the conference Pitcher of the Year and he also earned first-team All-District VIII honors. Selected a second-team All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association following the 1986 campaign, Layana rewrote many of the pitching records in LMU baseball history. His 12 complete games, 17 wins, 139 strikeouts and 170.2 innings pitched all set new single-season school records his senior year. The career-record holder in innings pitched (511), strikeouts (405), complete games (33), and wins (35), Layana’s marks will be difficult for future LMU players to surpass. Guiding the Lions to just their second conference title and second Regional berth in 1986, Layana, who tragically passed away in an automobile accident on June 25, 1999, remains etched into 19 different pitching record categories. He completed a fantastic collegiate career and was drafted in 1986 in the third round by the New York Yankees. Inducted into the LMU Athletic Hall of Fame, Layana played professionally with the Yankees, Cincinnati Reds and San Francisco Giants. Although he did not appear on Cincinnati’s roster during its World Series sweep of the Oakland Athletics in 1990, Layana posted a record of 5-3 that year with a 3.49 ERA. He also had two saves in 55 appearances. Layana totaled a 5-5 career record in the majors with two saves in 78 appearances.

Jerry Stone A three-year starter for the Lions, Jerry Stone played an integral role in guiding Loyola University to its first conference baseball championship in 1973. One of the greatest catchers in school history, Stone had his jersey (No.10) retired on March 11, 2000 during pregame ceremonies prior to LMU’s game against San Francisco. Stone, a first-team All-WCAC and All-District VIII pick his senior year, also earned first-team All-America accolades issued by Collegiate Baseball. Stone made his mark in many different offensive categories. He still ranks in the top-10 at LMU in three categories, which includes single-season walks (45) set in 1972 and 1973, while his 106 career walks rank No.5. One of Stone’s greatest accomplishments included playing an integral role in leading the Lions to their first postseason appearance in school history, a berth in the NCAA District VIII playoffs in 1973.

Billy Bean Possibly one of the greatest hitters to ever grace the diamond at Loyola Marymount, Billy Bean had his jersey (No.44) retired on March 11, 2000 during pregame ceremonies prior to LMU’s game against San Francisco. Bean was one of many great players who helped guide the Lions to the 1986 College World Series, the lone appearance by an LMU baseball team in school history. A two-time first-team All-WCC and All-District-VIII pick, Bean earned honorable-mention All-America honors following his junior year by Collegiate Baseball. With an even greater performance his senior year, Bean was tabbed a second-team AllAmerican by the American Baseball Coaches Association in 1986. Holding a spot in 20 different statistical categories throughout his career, Bean ranks second in seven of those categories including at bats (822), runs scored (216), hits (290), RIB (204), triples (16), total bases (449) and walks (150). In 225 career games, Bean’s career average of .353 ranks 10th in the all-time record books. He also holds the distinction of driving in the most runs in a single game in school history with eight against San Francisco on April 20, 1985. The top record holder in a single season with 84 runs scored and 66 walks, Bean also enjoyed a great professional career as he was picked in the fourth round of the MLB Draft by the Detroit Tigers.

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MATT MULLER LION AWARD

1997 Benny Craig Mark Veronda 1998 Kevin Gustorf Kevin Hook 1999 Anthony Angel Billy Traber

The Matt Muller Lion Award is bestowed upon one or more members of the LMU baseball team each year whose actions represent the program with pride, dignity and respect. The award was established in 1997 by head coach Frank Cruz when he assumed responsibility of the program. The award was named in honor of Matthew John Mulle in 1997, following his tragic and unexpected death on Nov. 10, 1999. The award is given annually to a player or players who represent the team and the University in the highest respect. The cornerstone of the award circles around hard work, dedication to the sport, competing at the highest possible level and promoting a team environment. Simply put, the winner of the award each year wears the uniform the way it is expected to be worn.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR 1 9 7 6

(27-23, 14-4)

UC Irvine L 4-5 UC Irvine W 4-3 at San Diego State L 4-5 at San Diego State L 0-4 at San Diego State W 4-3 at San Diego State W 5-1 at CS Dominguez W 4-1 at Chapman L 0-3 at USC L 2-4 at USC W 7-1 CS Dominguez Hills L 2-4 Long Beach State W 6-0 San Diego State L 9-11 San Diego State L 3-4 at UCLA W 13-11 at CS Northridge W 11-8 CS Northridge L 11-12 CS Northridge L 1-2 at USC L 3-5 at Long Beach State L 0-2 Eastern Michigan L 5-6 Eastern Michigan W 4-3 Cal Poly SLO L 0-5 at UC Irvine W 6-1 at CS Los Angeles* W 8-2 CS Los Angeles* W 12-11 CS Los Angeles* W 15-9 at Cal Poly Pomona W 8-4 at Santa Clara* W 6-2 at Santa Clara* W 7-3 at Santa Clara* W 7-5 at CS Fullerton* L 2-6 Chapman L 5-18 Chapman L 5-7 at UC Santa Barbara W 7-6 Pepperdine* L 3-5 at Pepperdine* L 2-6 at Pepperdine* L 0-1 Cal Poly Pomona L 5-9 at San Francisco* W 9-7 at San Francisco* W 14-0 at San Francisco* L 5-10 CS Fullerton L 5-9 at Nevada-Reno* W 11-6 at Nevada-Reno* W 13-7 at Nevada-Reno* W 15-10 UCLA W 15-6 Saint Mary's* W 7-6 Saint Mary's* W 12-11 Saint Mary's* W 15-5 * West Coast Athletic Conference Game

1 9 7 7 CS Northridge at USC at USC at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona at Arizona at CS Northridge at CS Northridge at UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara* at Pepperdine* UC Riverside UC Irvine at CS Los Angeles* at Chapman at Chapman Arizona Arizona at CS Fullerton* Cal Poly SLO CS Dominguez Hills at CS Dominguez Hills at Long Beach State* at Long Beach State* at Long Beach State* at Cal Poly Pomona UCLA

(19-34, 10-14) L L L L L L W L W L W W L L L W W L L L L L W L L W W W W

5-10 2-8 7-10 2-4 4-9 1-10 8-5 7-15 8-7 4-7 11-5 7-6 0-6 5-7 11-13 4-3 8-4 3-5 7-10 6-15 5-11 1-5 2-1 3-4 3-12 17-5 8-3 13-2 8-7

San Diego State* Long Beach State* at UC Irvine at CS Los Angeles* CS Los Angeles* CS Los Angeles* at Santa Clara at Santa Clara Cal Poly Pomona at UCLA at Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* at UCLA at UC Santa Barbara* Chapman at CS Fullerton* CS Fullerton* CS Fullerton* at UC Santa Barbara* at UC Santa Barbara* San Diego State* at San Diego State* at San Diego State* * SCBA Game

1978

W W L L W L L W W L L L W L W L L L L W L L L L

5-4 10-6 3-8 6-9 8-1 0-4 1-6 1-0 16-8 5-7 4-7 5-15 6-4 4-6 7-3 5-9 3-7 2-6 2-8 12-9 2-13 9-11 3-9 5-9

(29-24-1, 16-11-1)

CS Dominguez Hills L at Northridge W at Arizona L at Arizona L at Arizona L Cal Poly Pomona L at UC Irvine* W CS Los Angeles* W St. Mary's L Northridge W UCLA L Chapman L Chapman W at UC Santa Barbara* L Pepperdine* L CS Fullerton* L at San Diego State* W Utah (1) W USIU (1) W Oregon College (1) W UOP (1) L Willamette (1) W San Diego State (1) L USIU (1) W USIU (1) W Westmont W Long Beach State* W Long Beach State* W at Long Beach State* W at CSDH W CS Los Angeles* W at CS Los Angeles* W at CS Los Angeles* W at Westmont W at UC Irvine* T at Long Beach State* L UCLA L Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* W at Pepperdine* L UC Riverside L at UC Santa Barbara* W UC Santa Barbara* W UC Santa Barbara* W UC Irvine* W UC Irvine* L at USC L CS Fullerton* L at CS Fullerton* L at CS Fullerton* L at UC Riverside W at San Diego State* L San Diego State* W San Diego State* W * SCBA Game (1) Sun Classic at San Diego, CA

4-15 10-5 2-4 2-6 6-11 3-4 5-3 5-3 4-8 5-1 5-10 4-7 6-1 6-11 11-12 9-16 17-7 9-1 6-4 6-0 0-8 17-1 4-7 10-3 2-0 11-5 11-2 5-2 7-1 2-1 4-2 7-4 6-3 9-0 2-2 6-7 6-8 0-7 4-0 1-4 8-10 5-2 10-3 7-1 15-5 5-8 2-15 3-9 2-10 1-3 10-4 3-11 6-4 7-6

2003

1 9 7 9

(29-34, 12-16)

Alumni W CS Northridge W CS Northridge W Chapman L Chapman L All-Stars L Cal Poly Pomona W UC Riverside W San Diego State W San Diego State L San Diego State L USC L Cal Poly Pomona W USC L Arizona W Arizona L CS Dominguez W UC Riverside W UC Riverside W CS Dominguez L Santa Clara L Santa Clara W Gonzaga W CS Dominguez (1) L USIU (1) W Oregon College (1) W San Diego State (1) L Southern Cal College W San Diego L Portland L CS Dominguez L CS Dominguez W Stanford L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L San Diego* W Long Beach State* L Long Beach State* L Long Beach State* L CS Fullerton* L Fresno State L Fresno State W UCLA L UC Irvine* W CS Los Angeles* L CS Los Angeles* W CS Los Angeles* L UCLA L Long Beach State* L UC Santa Barbara* W UC Santa Barbara* L UC Santa Barbara* W CS Los Angeles* L UC Irvine* W UC Irvine* W UC Irvine* W Pepperdine* W San Diego* L San Diego* W San Diego* W UC Santa Barbara* L CS Fullerton* L CS Fullerton* L CS Fullerton* W * SCBA Game (1) Sun Classic at San Diego, CA

1 9 8 0

15-6 9-5 22-6 4-11 3-4 1-3 4-3 15-9 10-4 3-12 3-5 8-11 5-3 8-11 5-3 10-11 13-12 5-2 3-0 4-6 5-11 7-6 2-1 3-7 4-3 5-4 6-11 5-0 2-6 1-4 1-3 6-3 4-5 2-3 4-8 1-2 1-0 1-7 5-8 5-6 1-2 2-10 1-0 3-8 5-4 1-7 11-1 1-3 15-17 4-7 16-4 3-4 6-5 1-2 4-0 7-1 8-4 3-2 4-5 4-3 8-5 0-6 5-17 4-7 5-3

(26-39, 8-20)

at CS Northridge UCLA at USC CS Dominguez Hills San Diego State at San Diego State at San Diego State at San Diego State San Diego State Cal Poly Pomona at Santa Clara at Santa Clara at Santa Clara CS Northridge

BASEBALL

L W L L W L W L W L L W W L

1-6 12-4 4-10 2-4 8-2 2-5 7-6 2-6 3-2 2-8 4-5 6-5 1-0 2-9

Chapman L Chapman L Southern Cal College W UC Irvine (1) W Long Beach State (1) W CS Fullerton (1) W UC Santa Barbara (1) L Northern Arizona (2) L Colorado State (2) L Arizona (2) W Point Loma Nazarene (2) L U.S. International (2) W San Diego (2) L Oregon Col. of Educ. (2) W Portland State (2) W at CS Fullerton* L CS Fullerton* L CS Fullerton* L at UCLA L at Cal Poly Pomona L Fresno State W Fresno State L Saint Mary’s W Saint Mary’s W Saint Mary’s W at UC Santa Barbara* L CS Los Angeles* W Pepperdine* W at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* W San Diego* W at CS Dominguez Hills L at Long Beach State L Long Beach State* W Long Beach State* L UC Irvine* L CS Los Angeles* L at CS Los Angeles* L at CS Los Angeles* L at Long Beach State* W at UC Santa Barbara* W UC Santa Barbara* L UC Santa Barbara* L at CS Fullerton* L UC Irvine* L at UC Irvine* L at UC Irvine* L Pepperdine* L San Diego* W at San Diego* L at San Diego* L * SCBA Game (1) SCBA Tourn., Long Beach, CA (2) Sun Classic at San Diego, CA

1 9 8 1 at CS Northridge at CS Northridge UCLA at Chapman Chapman Chapman Cal Poly Pomona at CS Dominguez Hills USC at USC at USC at Cal Poly Pomona San Diego State at UCLA at Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific CS Dominguez Hills CS Fullerton (1) Pepperdine (1) San Diego (1) at San Diego State at San Diego State at San Diego State CS Fullerton* Long Beach State* at Long Beach State* at Long Beach State* at Pepperdine* Cal Lutheran

1-14 0-7 10-1 7-3 9-0 3-1 3-5 2-3 2-4 8-3 4-5 10-9 2-9 3-2 8-6 7-8 10-11 1-6 19-22 0-3 3-2 3-6 10-8 11-4 6-4 8-9 4-3 16-6 1-5 9-3 8-4 3-5 3-4 16-3 3-6 8-10 2-16 3-8 1-2 14-0 12-3 7-11 3-12 0-10 2-9 3-10 2-3 3-5 4-2 2-11 0-1

(32-29, 16-11) W W W W L W W L L L L L L W L W W W L W W L L W L L W W W W

4-3 9-5 9-3 5-1 5-6 6-5 12-1 3-5 6-18 0-1 3-10 2-7 2-7 5-1 2-3 8-3 12-5 9-1 3-6 6-2 7-2 3-11 1-11 3-2 4-10 2-3 4-3 10-7 6-5 10-4

47


YEAR-BY-YEAR at UC Irvine* W UC Irvine* L UC Irvine* W UC Santa Barbara* W UC Riverside L at Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* W Pepperdine* L at CS Los Angeles* W at Chapman L UC Santa Barbara* W at UC Santa Barbara* W at UC Santa Barbara* W at Oral Roberts L at Oral Roberts L at Oklahoma State W at Wichita State L at Wichita State L at Wichita State W at Wichita State L at UC Irvine* L at CS Los Angeles* W CS Los Angeles* L CS Los Angeles* L at San Diego* L San Diego* W San Diego* L San Diego* W CS Fullerton* W at CS Fullerton* W at CS Fullerton* L * SCBA Game (1) SCBA Tourn., Long Beach, CA

1 9 8 2 Saint Mary’s at CS Northridge CS Northridge at UCLA San Diego State San Diego State at Azusa Pacific CS Dominguez Hills Azusa Pacific Azusa Pacific Cal Poly Pomona USC U.S. International Cal Lutheran Cal Lutheran at Cal Poly Pomona Chapman at Southern Cal College Southern Cal College Southern Cal College Utah at San Diego State at San Diego State at San Diego State at San Diego State at Long Beach State* Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at UC Santa Barbara* at CS Fullerton* CS Fullerton* CS Fullerton* CS Los Angeles* at CS Dominguez Hills UC Irvine* at UC Irvine* at UC Irvine* at Fresno State at Fresno State at USC at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV at CS Fullerton* San Diego* at San Diego* at San Diego* at Chapman UC Irvine*

48

4-3 9-10 4-2 10-7 6-14 1-8 11-5 0-9 11-6 5-8 6-5 9-1 3-1 2-6 6-7 10-7 4-9 9-17 12-4 9-10 6-7 6-4 1-5 2-15 7-8 14-7 9-10 8-7 13-6 6-5 3-9

(29-34, 12-16) W W L L L W W W L L W L L W W W W W W W L W L L L L L L L L L W W W L L W L L L W L L W L L W L W W W

5-3 6-5 3-8 4-6 4-12 7-6 4-1 7-2 6-12 5-8 8-5 2-10 1-5 9-6 4-0 8-5 10-5 10-5 24-1 3-1 5-12 4-3 3-4 1-6 2-11 3-5 4-5 4-8 10-14 1-4 3-7 6-5 6-4 8-1 8-9 3-11 12-7 0-7 1-15 3-9 10-9 1-4 5-6 6-2 5-6 5-6 9-1 4-5 5-3 8-5 8-2

at UC Santa Barbara* UC Santa Barbara* UC Santa Barbara* UCLA San Diego* at Long Beach State* Long Beach State* Long Beach State* Pepperdine* CS Los Angeles* at CS Los Angeles* at CS Los Angeles* * SCBA Game

1 9 8 3

W W L W L L W W L L W L

(1 1 - 4 1 , 5 - 2 3 )

at USC at San Diego State at San Diego State at San Diego State Santa Clara (1) at Azusa Pacific at CS Dominguez Hills at Azusa Pacific at Azusa Pacific at U.S. International Fresno State Fresno State CS Northridge CS Northridge Cal Poly Pomona at U.S. International at U.S. International CS Fullerton* Northwestern Long Beach State* at Long Beach State* at Long Beach State* at CS Los Angeles* at UCLA at San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* at Cal Poly Pomona UCLA at UNLV at UNLV at UNLV UC Santa Barbara* CS Fullerton* at CS Fullerton* at CS Fullerton* at UC Irvine* at CS Los Angeles* CS Los Angeles* CS Los Angeles* Long Beach State* at Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at UC Irvine* UC Irvine* UC Irvine* San Diego* UC Santa Barbara* at UC Santa Barbara* at UC Santa Barbara* * SCBA Game (1) Game played at UCLA

1 9 8 4 Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Azusa Pacific CS Northridge San Diego State San Diego State San Diego State Santa Clara at CS Northridge Cal Lutheran at CS Los Angeles CS Los Angeles CS Los Angeles

2-1 3-2 4-7 14-7 1-5 4-6 10-4 8-7 3-10 6-7 5-4 8-9

W L L L L W L W L W L L L L L L W L L L L L L L W L W L W L L L L L L L W L W W L L L L L L L L L L L L

15-7 6-7 1-4 5-11 5-10 3-1 1-2 8-7 3-6 6-2 0-1 1-4 10-18 3-8 0-5 4-7 15-6 1-5 3-7 5-8 3-4 1-3 4-5 2-13 3-2 8-9 6-3 2-10 10-8 7-8 16-17 12-13 6-10 4-18 5-6 4-9 5-2 9-12 6-1 9-6 2-5 1-6 5-10 2-4 3-8 2-17 6-7 4-7 5-7 8-12 1-2 3-4

(23-38, 10-18) L L L W W L W L W L W W W W

2003

5-21 5-6 8-13 11-8 10-8 4-7 7-5 2-13 5-4 6-7 9-7 12-2 11-10 15-6

at UCLA UC Riverside at UC Riverside at UC Riverside USC UCLA at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii Portland CS Dominguez Hills Gonzaga Gonzaga at Long Beach State* Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* San Diego* at Cal Poly Pomona at Chapman at UNLV* at UNLV* at UNLV* at UNLV* at USC Cal Poly Pomona San Diego* at San Diego* at San Diego* Pepperdine* at Azusa Pacific at CS Fullerton* CS Fullerton* CS Fullerton* UC Irvine* at Long Beach State* Long Beach State* Long Beach State* at CS Fullerton* at UC Santa Barbara* UC Santa Barbara* UC Santa Barbara* UC Santa Barbara* UC Irvine* at UC Irvine* at UC Irvine* * SCBA Game

1 9 8 5 UC Riverside USC at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State at UCLA at CS Dominguez Hills CS Los Angeles CS Los Angeles UC Santa Barbara at CS Northridge CS Dominguez Hills CS Hayward at CS Angeles at San Diego State at San Diego State at UC Riverside Cal Poly Pomona New Mexico New Mexico New Mexico at Saint Mary’s* at Saint Mary’s* at Saint Mary’s* Oral Roberts CS Northridge at Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* at San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* at CS Fullerton Santa Clara* Santa Clara* Santa Clara*

BASEBALL

L L W L W L L L L L L L W W W L L L W L L L L L L L L W L W W W L W L W L W L L L L W L L L W

2-6 8-16 6-3 4-5 11-4 5-8 1-5 2-3 5-15 9-11 7-8 2-3 10-2 5-2 12-2 2-15 2-8 2-3 4-3 6-7 7-10 6-7 2-3 1-6 5-8 9-10 0-6 9-2 9-15 5-0 4-3 6-2 9-12 7-3 3-14 8-6 7-13 8-7 9-10 0-6 0-6 3-7 6-3 7-8 1-4 4-6 10-8

(27-28, 12-12) L L L L L L W W W L L W L W W W L W L W L L L L W W L W L W W W W W W L

7-8 3-11 2-7 0-1 0-1 4-16 6-5 5-4 14-3 8-12 9-10 9-8 5-6 12-1 4-3 6-5 9-10 9-8 0-6 17-0 11-20 2-3 6-9 4-5 8-2 7-1 4-6 7-3 11-13 12-6 7-6 5-4 8-5 16-4 14-2 3-7

at USC L Southern Cal College W CS Fullerton L UCLA L at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* L at San Francisco* W at Long Beach State L Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L at UC Santa Barbara W UC Irvine W San Diego* W at San Diego* W at San Diego* W Nevada-Reno* W Nevada-Reno* L Nevada-Reno* L * West Coast Conference Game

1 9 8 6 U.S. International U.S. International at U.S. International CS Los Angeles at CS Los Angeles at CS Los Angeles UCLA at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State Fresno State Long Beach State at Long Beach State UC Irvine San Diego State San Diego State San Diego State at CS Fullerton Cal Poly SLO New Mexico Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* Oral Roberts at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* at UC Irvine Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* at USC at San Diego* at San Diego* at San Diego* UC Santa Barbara Sacramento State Sacramento State Sacramento State at UCLA San Francisco* San Francisco* San Francisco* at Pepperdine* CS Fullerton at Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* at UC Santa Barbara USC San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* CS Dominguez Hills at Nevada* at Nevada* at Nevada* Pepperdine (1) UC Santa Barbara (2) UCLA (2) UC Santa Barbara (2) Hawaii (2) Hawaii (2) Louisiana State (3) Arizona (3)

6-7 13-7 2-3 3-14 10-7 13-14 13-7 8-16 4-9 1-3 4-9 7-6 15-7 8-3 10-0 4-2 8-4 3-7 5-10

(50-15, 19-5) W W W W W W W W L W W W W L L W L W W W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W L L W W L W W W W L L W W L W W W W W L

11-5 3-1 13-2 8-2 9-1 4-0 7-4 8-2 7-9 8-5 6-5 8-3 7-2 6-8 1-12 4-1 0-6 2-1 10-4 23-5 6-13 4-3 5-11 14-7 7-0 5-0 10-7 9-5 6-5 12-7 10-8 12-4 12-1 16-6 11-4 14-8 6-8 13-3 17-9 34-11 11-1 23-9 10-2 10-6 1-2 3-4 14-4 6-2 7-8 11-9 7-3 7-3 22-10 8-11 1-9 10-8 14-9 5-11 12-10 14-6 10-6 12-5 4-3 5-7


YEAR-BY-YEAR Oklahoma State (3) L 5-11 * West Coast Conference Game (1) WCC Playoff Game at UCLA (2) NCAA West Regional, Los Angeles, CA (3) College World Series, Omaha, NE

1 9 8 7

(36-21-1, 10-12-1)

CS Los Angeles L at CS Los Angeles W Cal Poly SLO W UCLA W at UCLA W UC Irvine W Cal Poly Pomona W at Arizona State W at Arizona State W at Arizona State L at U.S. International W U.S. International W U.S. International W U.S. International W Long Beach State W at Fresno State W at Fresno State L at Fresno State L Portland W at Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L Pacific W at UC Irvine W Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* W CS Dominguez Hills L at Saint Mary’s* W at Saint Mary’s* L at Long Beach State W Chapman W San Diego* L San Diego* W San Diego* T CS Fullerton L at Arizona L at Arizona W at Arizona W Fresno State W Fresno State W at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* W at USC W UNLV W USC L UC Santa Barbara W Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L UC Santa Barbara L at San Diego* W at San Diego* W at San Diego* L Nevada* L Nevada* W Nevada* W * West Coast Conference Game

1 9 8 8 CS Los Angeles at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State UCLA UC Santa Barbara Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech at UCLA Long Beach State CS Dominguez Hills U.S. International U.S. International UC Irvine at Hawaii at Hawaii

5-6 15-5 5-3 3-2 7-6 12-7 5-3 8-5 4-3 12-13 8-6 5-4 19-4 7-1 15-2 5-3 6-7 1-10 13-8 5-6 1-6 3-7 8-4 19-4 5-7 8-9 7-6 5-7 2-1 4-5 17-2 18-10 9-10 10-6 5-5 4-5 7-10 15-7 16-11 7-4 10-9 7-6 6-0 13-8 3-2 17-10 2-15 10-4 7-8 3-8 6-7 5-6 9-7 9-0 3-7 2-4 9-2 7-2

(48-18, 18-6) W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W

14-3 3-14 18-6 1-7 7-4 4-3 13-8 10-5 6-0 9-5 9-7 15-8 12-0 14-3 9-7 8-7 9-6

at Hawaii L 2-8 Cal Poly SLO W 6-4 Cal Poly SLO W 10-9 at CS Los Angeles L 5-6 Chapman College L 5-11 Portland W 14-4 Portland W 5-3 Portland L 2-3 at CS Fullerton L 0-3 at UC Irvine W 15-0 San Francisco* W 15-7 San Francisco* W 12-6 San Francisco* W 18-0 San Francisco* W 5-2 at USC W 4-1 at UC Santa Barbara W 17-4 California W 13-5 California W 13-10 California W 4-3 Nebraska W 15-9 Nebraska W 10-7 at Fresno State L 1-6 at Fresno State L 6-18 at San Diego* W 18-2 at San Diego* W 5-4 at San Diego* W 6-5 at San Diego* W 6-4 USC L 6-10 Saint Mary’s* W 12-7 Saint Mary’s* W 7-3 Saint Mary’s* W 12-6 Saint Mary’s* W 17-0 at Nevada* W 8-3 at Nevada* W 25-5 at Nevada* W 18-9 at Nevada* L 5-10 at Santa Clara* L 6-14 at Santa Clara* L 5-6 at Santa Clara* L 4-8 at Santa Clara* W 16-12 at Long Beach State W 10-0 Pepperdine* L 4-11 Pepperdine* L 2-10 Pepperdine* W 9-3 Pepperdine* W 10-7 Arkansas (1) W 8-3 Wichita State (1) L 6-10 McNeese State (1) W 12-4 Oklahoma State (1) L 6-8 * West Coast Conference Game (1) NCAA Midwest Regional, Stillwater, OK

1 9 8 9 U.S. International UC Irvine at Stanford at Stanford at Stanford USC Long Beach State at California at California at California UCLA CS Fullerton Southern Utah State Southern Utah State Southern Utah State at CS Fullerton Long Beach State at Long Beach State Portland UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara Chapman at UCLA at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at San Francisco* Utah Minnesota Minnesota Fresno State Cal Poly Pomona at U.S. International

(39-24-1, 18-5) W T L L L L L L L W W L W W W L L W W L W L L W W L W W W L W W W

20-12 6-6 5-6 4-11 6-9 5-7 0-9 5-6 2-9 8-0 5-2 6-7 12-4 9-1 9-3 5-7 3-4 4-1 4-3 8-14 20-2 11-12 2-5 14-5 7-2 7-8 6-3 5-2 10-1 6-7 6-5 19-9 17-7

2003

at U.S. International L 7-8 at USC L 3-4 San Diego* W 7-6 San Diego* W 10-5 San Diego* W 8-0 San Diego* W 11-1 UC Irvine W 6-3 at UC Irvine L 0-1 at Saint Mary’s* W 11-1 at Saint Mary’s* W 7-1 at Saint Mary’s* W 8-3 at Saint Mary’s* W 11-2 Fresno State W 8-7 Nevada* W 3-2 Nevada* W 7-6 Nevada* W 8-6 Nevada* W 9-2 CS Los Angeles W 8-7 Santa Clara* W 4-2 Santa Clara* W 4-3 Santa Clara* W 8-2 Santa Clara* L 1-6 at Long Beach State W 11-4 at Pepperdine* L 0-3 at Pepperdine* L 4-5 at Pepperdine* L 2-3 at Pepperdine* W 6-3 Oklahoma (1) L 2-5 Eastern Kentucky (1) W 9-3 Oklahoma (1) W 6-5 Arizona (1) L 4-13 * West Coast Conference Game (1) NCAA West I Regional, Tucson, AZ

1 9 9 0

(45-17, 25-9)

Cal Poly Pomona Chapman UC Irvine at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona South Alabama at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* CS Fullerton UCLA San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at CS Fullerton Pacific Pacific San Francisco* San Francisco* San Francisco* Utah Wisconsin at Saint Mary’s* at Saint Mary’s* at Saint Mary’s* California Nevada* Nevada* Nevada* Nevada* at USC Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* Pepperdine* at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at Long Beach State at U.S. International at UCLA at San Diego* at San Diego* at San Diego* Long Beach State

BASEBALL

W L W L W L W L W W W L W L W W W W W W L W W W W L W W L W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W L L W L

8-4 13-14 13-6 1-2 5-0 6-11 3-0 9-10 3-2 5-3 8-7 3-8 12-10 2-10 17-7 6-5 4-3 7-3 10-9 13-3 8-9 12-5 9-3 9-7 9-3 9-10 16-3 9-3 2-4 8-2 11-9 4-3 17-4 14-3 6-5 3-2 8-6 11-9 14-6 10-9 6-7 14-9 7-4 14-6 11-10 16-7 11-10 1-4 1-2 13-2 0-5

Santa Clara* W 6-5 Santa Clara* W 10-2 Santa Clara* W 15-4 U.S. International W 10-4 U.S. International W 10-2 at U.S. International W 15-2 at Pepperdine* L 3-4 at Pepperdine* W 7-2 at Pepperdine* L 0-3 Washington State (1) L 2-13 Arizona State (1) L 9-11 * West Coast Conference Game (1) NCAA West II Regional, Tempe, AZ

1 9 9 1

(38-22, 25-11)

at UC Santa Barbara L at U.S. International W UC Irvine W at Arizona State L at Arizona State L at Arizona State L at UCLA W Nevada* W Nevada* L Nevada* W CS Fullerton W at San Diego* L at San Diego* L UC Santa Barbara W at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* W Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* L Saint Mary’s* W at UC Irvine W Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* W USC L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* W Long Beach State L at UNLV L Illinois (1) W Illinois (1) W Hartford W Hartford W at Saint Mary’s* L at Saint Mary’s* L at Saint Mary’s* W at Long Beach State L San Francisco* W San Francisco* W San Francisco* W at Fresno State L San Diego* W San Diego* W San Diego* L San Diego* W at USC L at Santa Clara* W at Santa Clara* W at Santa Clara* W at CS Fullerton W at Nevada* W at Nevada* L at Nevada* W at U.S. International W at U.S. International W at UC Santa Barbara L Pepperdine* W Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* W * West Coast Conference Game (1) Played at Las Vegas, NV

4-8 8-4 11-1 1-9 2-8 12-19 7-5 11-2 5-10 19-1 9-6 1-3 5-6 8-7 4-2 5-4 16-2 9-3 4-7 4-3 8-2 6-2 5-3 9-7 7-8 3-4 1-5 6-3 2-10 8-9 18-2 9-5 9-1 2-1 8-9 1-6 8-6 9-16 16-7 10-2 10-8 3-4 9-7 11-5 5-6 14-3 5-6 8-4 4-2 13-5 6-4 24-12 4-5 8-3 13-5 13-3 9-10 18-8 1-3 10-6

49


YEAR-BY-YEAR 1 9 9 2

(16-36, 10-1 6 )

at UC Irvine L Nevada W Nevada L Nevada L at Long Beach State L UC Santa Barbara L UC Santa Barbara W UC Santa Barbara L CS Fullerton L Long Beach State W UC Irvine W San Diego* W San Diego* L San Diego* W at USC L UCLA L at Saint Mary’s* W at Saint Mary’s* L at Saint Mary’s*# L at Long Beach State W Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L Hartford L Chapman L San Francisco* W USC L at Santa Clara* L at Santa Clara* W at Santa Clara* L at Fresno State L at San Francisco* L at San Francisco* L at San Francisco* L at San Francisco* L Fresno State L at CS Northridge L Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* L at UCLA L CS Fullerton W at CS Fullerton L at CS Fullerton L at Chapman L Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* W Christ College L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L * West Coast Conference Game # game later forfeited to LMU

1 9 9 3 at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at USC at Fresno State at Fresno State at Fresno State Chapman CS Fullerton CS Northridge CS Northridge CS Northridge Southern Utah Southern Utah Southern Utah UCLA at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at USC Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* Saint Mary’s* USC at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at Chapman

50

0-8 12-4 4-5 4-6 1-15 6-10 4-1 3-6 2-13 4-3 10-8 15-13 4-15 8-7 4-9 3-9 11-9 2-8 8-11 3-2 4-17 1-7 2-6 6-9 5-9 9-8 2-4 3-4 16-8 4-8 2-5 5-10 6-7 0-4 6-13 8-10 3-12 9-6 5-10 9-15 1-9 8-2 2-8 3-11 18-19 8-7 7-5 9-8 4-6 1-6 2-3 2-17

(23-33, 14-16) W L W L L L L W L L L L W W W L L W W L W W W L W L L W

4-3 7-13 9-3 3-7 8-9 1-6 3-15 6-0 4-12 4-10 0-2 2-7 6-5 6-1 14-3 10-12 5-6 6-4 7-1 2-6 12-6 4-0 9-4 5-8 5-0 0-4 1-2 6-5

at San Diego* L at San Diego* L at San Diego* W at Long Beach State L Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* L Long Beach State L CS San Bernardino L at CS Fullerton L San Diego* W San Diego* L San Diego* W Christ College W at Santa Clara* L at Santa Clara* L at Santa Clara* W at CS Dominguez Hills W San Francisco* L San Francisco* W San Francisco* W at Saint Mary’s* L at Saint Mary’s* L at Saint Mary’s* L at UCLA L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* W * West Coast Conference Game

1 9 9 4 Biola CS Fullerton at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo Portland State Portland State Portland State Long Beach State UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara USC Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* at Long Beach State at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* Hartford UCLA at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at San Francisco* at USC San Diego* San Diego* San Diego* at CS Northridge at Grand Canyon at Grand Canyon at Grand Canyon San Diego State at Saint Mary's* at Saint Mary's* at Saint Mary's* at CS Fullerton at San Diego* at San Diego* at San Diego* CS Northridge Saint Mary's* Saint Mary's* Saint Mary's* at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at UCLA San Francisco* San Francisco* San Francisco* Santa Clara*

3-5 0-3 6-2 7-8 11-4 3-8 5-14 6-9 8-18 8-14 7-4 3-8 11-3 7-4 8-15 4-7 3-2 14-7 3-5 8-2 10-8 7-12 1-5 5-9 5-11 3-9 3-14 9-6

(26-31, 13-17) W L L L W W W W L L L W L L L L W W L L W L W W W L L L L W L W L W L W L L W L L L L W W L W L W L W W W W L

2003

3-0 8-15 8-14 3-4 7-6 5-3 5-1 13-7 4-6 2-7 2-5 2-1 8-12 3-5 7-13 3-5 8-3 7-5 4-7 5-11 7-5 10-13 10-1 7-4 8-6 1-3 1-15 7-11 2-15 6-5 2-10 13-7 4-15 12-4 5-6 3-0 3-6 5-8 6-2 5-7 3-7 3-7 2-6 15-6 6-2 3-4 5-4 1-8 4-3 8-14 11-4 10-4 11-10 7-6 2-3

Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* L * West Coast Conference Game

1 9 9 5

(22-33, 12-17)

at UNLV W at UNLV L at UNLV W CS Northridge L at CS Northridge L CS Northridge L at USC L Southern Utah W Southern Utah L Southern Utah L USC L Long Beach State L at Arizona State W at Arizona State L at Arizona State L at Long Beach State L at San Diego* L at San Diego* L at San Diego* L at UCLA W Saint Mary’s* L Saint Mary’s* L CS Fullerton L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L Dartmouth W San Francisco* W San Francisco* W San Francisco* W at Santa Clara* L at Santa Clara* L at Santa Clara* L at CS Fullerton L at Saint Mary’s* W at Saint Mary’s* W at Saint Mary’s* W at Saint Mary’s* W San Diego State W Grand Canyon W Grand Canyon L Grand Canyon W San Diego* L San Diego* W San Diego* W at San Diego State L at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* L UCLA W Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L * West Coast Conference Game

1 9 9 6 UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at USC at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State Long Beach State at Grand Canyon (1) Oklahoma State (1) New Mexico State (1) San Diego State Portland State Portland State Portland State UCLA at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at Pepperdine* at Long Beach State at Hawaii at Hawaii

BASEBALL

7-3 5-6

10-5 8-11 9-2 4-10 5-6 2-10 4-13 9-2 6-7 4-12 1-9 5-11 8-5 2-6 3-4 5-14 0-8 3-4 2-3 4-1 5-6 6-11 1-18 0-10 2-3 4-5 14-10 6-5 15-12 11-5 0-16 4-5 3-13 5-14 8-6 4-1 3-1 5-2 9-8 16-7 7-9 7-3 10-17 11-2 17-13 4-5 6-4 3-1 6-8 8-3 3-6 10-6 7-8 0-11 8-16

(22-38, 14-14) L L L L L L L L L W L W L L W L L L L L L L

2-12 2-9 5-11 7-19 2-10 6-11 8-21 7-8 10-20 7-6 6-16 5-1 3-6 7-10 10-7 1-7 1-5 5-6 0-6 3-15 4-10 6-16

at Hawaii L 4-12 at Hawaii-Hilo W 8-2 at Hawaii-Hilo W 10-9 at Hawaii-Hilo W 10-5 at CS Fullerton L 2-13 at CS Northridge L 0-15 Portland* W 10-5 Portland* W 15-1 Portland* W 10-6 Portland* W 3-0 USC L 3-13 at Saint Mary's* L 9-13 at Saint Mary's* W 8-4 at Saint Mary's* L 2-5 at Saint Mary's* W 12-5 CS Northridge L 4-5 at UNLV L 7-12 at UNLV L 8-12 CS Fullerton L 7-12 San Francisco* W 10-9 San Francisco* W 10-7 San Francisco* W 10-4 San Francisco* L 2-15 Cal Poly Pomona W 8-7 at Gonzaga* W 18-1 at Gonzaga* W 11-10 at Gonzaga* L 3-4 at Gonzaga* W 11-7 at UCLA L 5-11 San Diego* W 8-5 San Diego* L 1-3 San Diego* W 10-3 San Diego* L 8-12 at San Diego State W 13-4 at Santa Clara* L 2-3 at Santa Clara* L 6-7 at Santa Clara* L 0-4 at Santa Clara* L 5-22 * West Coast Conference Game (1) GCU Dual in the Desert, Phoenix, AZ

1 9 9 7 at USC at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara San Diego State Biola Sonoma State at UCLA UCLA at UCLA at CS Fullerton Pt. Loma Nazarene (1) Utah (1) Missouri (1) at San Diego State (1) Nevada Nevada Nevada at Long Beach State CS Northridge at CS Northridge Long Beach State at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii-Hilo Gonzaga* Gonzaga* Gonzaga* Gonzaga* at UNLV at UNLV CS Dominguez Hills at Portland* at Portland* at Portland* at Portland* CS Northridge Santa Clara* Santa Clara* Santa Clara* Santa Clara* USC at San Diego*

(21-39, 11-17) L L W L W L W L L L W W L W L W L L L L L L L W L W L W L W L L L L W W L L L L L L W L

2-7 3-8 10-9 10-14 5-4 2-6 7-6 1-13 5-10 4-13 11-3 10-7 5-6 11-10 4-8 12-10 7-10 5-8 5-7 4-5 9-11 4-12 1-3 6-2 5-8 9-8 4-10 10-6 5-6 6-2 9-10 8-21 5-9 2-3 10-3 19-11 2-3 10-19 7-15 1-16 3-15 3-6 8-0 0-6


YEAR-BY-YEAR at San Diego* W at San Diego* L at San Diego* W at CS Northridge L Saint Mary's* W Saint Mary's* W Saint Mary's* W Saint Mary's* L at San Francisco* L at San Francisco* L at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* L Pepperdine* W * West Coast Conference Game (1) San Diego Baseball Classic

1 9 9 8

5-1 1-10 5-4 14-23 4-2 4-3 2-1 4-9 9-10 8-9 7-3 5-16 3-19 0-7 6-16 16-7

(34-23-1, 21-8)

at CS Northridge L Utah W Utah W Utah L at CS Fullerton L Nevada W Nevada L Nevada W CS Dominguez Hills W at UC Santa Barbara T UC Santa Barbara W at UCLA L at Hawaii L at Hawaii L at Hawaii L CS Northridge W CS Los Angeles L CS Los Angeles W CS Los Angeles W UCLA W Gonzaga* W Gonzaga* W Gonzaga* W at USC L Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* W San Diego* L San Diego* L San Diego* W Long Beach State W Portland* W Portland* W Portland* W San Diego State L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* W USC W at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* L at San Francisco* W at Saint Mary’s* W at Long Beach State L at Santa Clara* W at Santa Clara* W at Santa Clara* W CS Fullerton L Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* L Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* W at Portland* L at Portland* W at Portland* W Stanford (1) W Long Beach State (1) L Alabama (1) L * West Coast Conference Game (1) NCAA Regionals, Stanford, CA CS Dominguez Hills W Nevada L Nevada L Nevada L USC W UC Santa Barbara L

10-11 15-13 17-13 8-12 9-17 5-4 6-12 10-6 22-9 6-6 10-7 4-10 3-7 2-3 1-2 12-4 2-3 27-3 16-8 16-8 14-3 8-7 12-5 4-6 8-7 0-4 9-4 9-13 11-12 16-8 8-3 15-8 7-6 11-10 15-16 6-9 0-5 5-3 12-6 11-4 9-10 16-4 7-5 9-1 4-3 6-4 14-6 11-12 16-4 6-9 12-11 12-8 3-4 20-10 5-3 6-2 9-19 5-13

5-2 2-10 5-13 5-7 8-5 5-7

UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara Texas Tech vs Arizona (1) vs UCLA (1) vs Oklahoma State (1) vs Oregon State (1)

1 9 9 9

W L W W L L W

(33-28, 18-12)

Long Beach State L at CS Northridge W CS Northridge W CS Northridge W at UNLV L at UNLV W at San Diego* L at San Diego* W at San Diego* W UCLA L at Santa Clara* W at Santa Clara* W at Santa Clara* W Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* L at CS Fullerton L San Francisco* W San Francisco* W San Francisco* L at USC W at Portland* L at Portland* L at UCLA W Pepperdine* W Pepperdine* W Pepperdine* W CS Fullerton L at Gonzaga* W at Gonzaga* L at Gonzaga* L at Long Beach State L Portland* L Portland* L Portland* W Portland* L at Saint Mary’s* W at Saint Mary’s* W at Saint Mary’s* L at CS Northridge W Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* W Pepperdine# W at Pepperdine# L Pepperdine# W at Stanford (1) L vs. Nevada (1) L * West Coast Conference Game # WCC Championship Series Game (1) San Diego Baseball Classic (2) NCAA Regionals, Stanford, CA

2 0 0 0 at California at California at California USC at UC Santa Barbara UCLA Utah Utah Utah CS Los Angeles Cal Poly Cal Poly CS San Bernardino at UC Santa Barbara at Nevada at Nevada at Nevada San Francisco* San Francisco* San Francisco* Long Beach State at Gonzaga*

15-7 3-11 6-3 15-3 5-6 2-6 13-4

5-6 11-7 14-9 5-4 4-7 20-11 4-5 11-4 5-2 10-12 8-5 10-2 2-1 5-4 5-1 3-6 2-8 8-7 12-5 2-4 9-4 1-4 3-6 7-5 19-10 8-6 6-5 3-5 6-3 3-12 6-15 2-4 4-9 7-13 9-2 9-10 10-1 6-1 1-3 15-7 10-11 6-3 12-3 3-2 2-18 7-6 2-10 3-4

(40-19, 22-8) L W W L W W L W L W W W W W L L W W W W L L

1-2 9-4 9-6 8-9 12-7 5-4 3-4 4-1 2-6 16-3 16-13 16-6 10-4 11-9 3-4 0-4 11-4 16-4 18-5 13-10 9-11 4-5

2003

at Gonzaga* L at Gonzaga* W at USC L Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* W Santa Clara* W at Fresno State L Saint Mary’s* W Saint Mary’s* L Saint Mary’s* W at UCLA W at Pepperdine* L at Pepperdine* W at Pepperdine* W CS Fullerton W at Portland* L at Portland* W at Portland* W San Diego* W San Diego* L San Diego* W at Long Beach State W at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* W at San Francisco* W Gonzaga* W Gonzaga* W Gonzaga* W at UC Santa Barbara W at Santa Clara* W at Santa Clara* L at Santa Clara* L Pepperdine# W vs. Pepperdine# W at CS Fullerton (1) W vs. USC (1) L at CS Fullerton (1) L * West Coast Conference Game # WCC Championship Series Game (1) NCAA Regionals, Fullerton, CA

2 0 0 1

4-19 8-4 3-7 20-4 16-9 6-4 5-8 30-9 7-15 11-7 23-12 4-5 3-1 4-3 11-2 2-4 3-2 8-7 11-8 4-6 8-5 10-4 10-2 9-7 9-6 5-1 12-2 13-8 2-0 11-1 2-9 8-9 19-5 6-2 6-4 5-13 2-5

(21-37, 8-22)

Cal State Northridge at Hawaii Hilo at Hawaii Hilo at Hawaii Hilo at Hawaii Hilo at UCLA CS Dominguez Hills Missouri Cal State LA at Cal State Fullerton California California California at USC UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara at Cal Poly at Cal Poly at Cal Poly UCLA Gonzaga* Gonzaga* Gonzaga* at San Diego State at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* at Santa Clara* San Diego State San Francisco* San Francisco* San Francisco* Long Beach State Portland* Portland* Portland* at Long Beach State at Saint Mary’s * at Saint Mary’s * at Saint Mary’s * Cal State Northridge Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Pepperdine* Cal State Fullerton

BASEBALL

W W W W W L W L W L L W L W L L W L W L L W L L L L L L L W W L W L L L L L L L L L L L

7-3 6-1 6-4 12-6 3-1 6-10 9-5 7-10 7-6 3-5 6-14 9-8 5-8 9-1 4-10 4-15 11-10 3-5 7-5 4-8 7-14 12-5 9-10 5-6 5-6 5-7 2-3 3-11 2-5 7-2 10-9 6-13 8-7 2-20 3-11 4-10 6-12 6-9 0-3 1-6 5-8 0-11 2-8 5-9

at San Diego * L at San Diego* L at San Diego* L USC W Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* L Santa Clara* L at San Francisco* L at San Francisco* L at San Francisco* W at Cal State Northridge W at Gonzaga* W at Gonzaga* W at Gonzaga* W * West Coast Conference Game

2 0 0 2 at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara at UC Santa Barbara CS Northridge UCLA Oklahoma State Cal Poly Cal Poly Cal State Fullerton at Texas at Texas at Texas San Diego State at Arizona State at Arizona State at Arizona State at UCLA at Mississippi State at Mississippi State at Mississippi State at Cal State Fullerton Portland Portland Portland USC San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco at San Diego at San Diego at San Diego at Saint Maryís at Saint Maryís at Saint Maryís at Long Beach State Pepperdine Pepperdine Pepperdine at USC at Gonzaga at Gonzaga at Gonzaga Santa Clara Santa Clara Santa Clara Long Beach State San Diego San Diego San Diego at San Francisco at San Francisco at San Francisco at CS Northridge at Portland at Portland at Portland

2-7 5-8 1-11 13-7 6-11 6-15 4-5 2-3 6-7 10-6 12-7 18-7 10-6 6-4

(22-34, 15-15) W 5-0 L 8-4 W 7-5 L 6-5 L 7-2 L 13-0 W 17-15 W 5-4 L 7-6 L 10-1 L 17-3 L 8-2 W 6-3 L 15-2 L 7-2 L 10-5 L 10-9 L 7-1 L 8-5 W 3-2 L 6-5 (10) W 12-5 L 14-10 W 10-6 W 31-7 W 6-4 W 11-7 L 21-25 L 12-2 W 5-1 W 5-2 L 12-2 L 3-2 W 8-2 L 5-3 L 14-8 W 10-9 W 7-5 L 8-4 L 11-2 L 9-1 L 9-1 W 14-6 L 6-3 L 17-1 L 19-9 W 14-5 L 14-4 L 14-7 W 13-4 W 7-5 L 11-8 L 9-6 L 18-10 W 8-5 W 11-5

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HALL OF FAME

Phil Woolpert, Jim Needles, Pete Newell

Multi-Sport Induct. Grad. Player Adams, Milton “Sparky” 1993 1937 Baseball, Football, Ice Hockey, Track & Field Agamenoni, Aldarico 1994 1937 Football, Ice Hockey Boyd, Bob 1986 1950 Boxing, Football, Track & Field Boyle, Hugh 1989 1943 Baseball, Basketball Brubaker, Harry “Bud” 1989 1932 Basketball, Football Donahue, Bernard 1986 1930 Baseball, Basketball, Football Donovan, Maurice E. 1991 1942 Baseball, Basketball, Golf Duvall, Al 1986 1936 Football, Track & Field Hoffman, Leo 1986 1930 Baseball, Football Hovland, Carl 1992 1939 Basketball, Football, Baseball, Tennis Jelmini, Dean 1987 1973 Baseball, Football Karagozian, John 1994 1933 Baseball, Football, Ice Hockey Kelly, Roger 1986 1939 Baseball, Football, Golf, Track & Field Nocerine, Dominic 1986 1937 Basketball, Football, Ice Hockey, Track & Field Polich, John 1986 1938 Football, Ice Hockey, Track & Field Quinn, Brian 2000 1964 Basketball, Baseball, Administration Race, Edward 1993 1937 Football, Ice Hockey Sanchez, Jamie 1993 1975 Football, Tennis Sunderland, Paul 1986 1975 Basketball, Volleyball Tunney, James 1989 1928 Baseball, Basketball, Football

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Basketball Adelman, Rick Arndt, John Baker, Dick Bento, Ed Brown, Garnette Donovan, Bill Flanagan, Lynn (WBB) Grote, Jerry Haderlein, Jim Kriste, Vide J. McDonald, Edwin “Scotty” McKenzie, Forrest Newell, Pete Philyaw, Luther Smith, Keith Smith, Stephen J. Woolpert, Phil Yoest, Mike

1986 1986 1993 1986 1987 1986 2000 1986 1986 1988 1987 1991 1986 1987 2000 1991 1986 1994

1968 1952 1956 1962 1957 1950 1991 1962 1971 1940 1939 1986 1940 1976 1986 1973 1940 1988

Baseball Bean, William “Billy” Bradberry, Miah Layana, Timothy Logelin, Dr. Michael G. McAnany, James E. Noah, Russ Sheldon, Robert Stone, Jerry

1992 2000 1992 1991 1993 1986 1986 1986

1986 1990 1986 1970 1987 1973 1972 1974

Crew/Rowing Hjelm, Karen (Hock) Formento, Merri Lisa

2000 1991

1981 1980

Cross Country Kozlowski, Therese

1986

1982

Football Acquarelli, Harry Alker, Guerin P Andorka, Bela J. Brito, Gene Cheatham, Ernie Currin, Paul Donahue, Burch A. Ferris, Neil G. Giancanelli, Harold “Skip” Klosterman, Don Lauermann, Willard “Bill” E. Musacco, George Nipp, Maury Snyder, Frederick

1988 1991 1991 1986 1986 1986 1988 1991 1989 1986 1988 1987 1987 1992

1938 1950 1939 1951 1952 1929 1943 1951 1951 1952 1932 1951 1952 1952

2003

BASEBALL

Tennis Crawford, Roger Delgado, Debbie Patridge, Carolyn B.

1994 1994 1991

1982 1985 1980

Volleyball Fort, Andrea Lacour, Cheryl Petrissans, Catherine Wohlford, Leslie

1991 1988 1992 1993

1987 1983 1988 1989

TEAMS 1981 Women’s Crew 1986 National Champion - Lightweight-4 Shell Members: Virginia Hamer 1983 Teresa Rosso 1982 Erin Walsh 1982 Taffy Walsh 1982 Eileen McAndrew 1982 COACHES - ADMINISTRATORS Casassa, Rev. Charles S., S.J. 1988 University President (1949-69) Drager, Hub 1986 Athletic Administration (1949-80) Fortner, Nancy 1994 Women’s Volleyball Coach (1980-86) Higgins, Rev. Thomas P., S.J. 1991 Golf Coach (1970-present) Kilp, Rev. Alfred J., S.J. 1987 Athletic Administration (1956-1963) Lieb, Tom 1987 Football Coach, Ice Hockey Coach(1930-1938) Malone, Rev. Lorenzo, S.J. 1987 Athletic Administration, Golf Coach (1933-1955) McIssac, Don 1986 Rugby Coach (1960-1980) McKenna, John 1992 Football Coach (1949-51) Merrifield, Rev. Donald P., S.J 1989 University President (1969-84), Chancellor (1985-present) Needles, James 1987 Basketball Coach, Football Coach (1936-1940) Neri, Jerry 1989 Assistant Football Coach (1949-51) Oliver, Jordan 1987 Football Coach (1949-51) Westhead, Paul 2000 Men’s Basketball Head Coach (1986-91)


California

GOLDEN BEARS

TROJANS

USC

Washington

CS Northridge

Friday, Feb. 7 – Sunday, Feb. 9 2:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. Berkeley, CA

Tuesday, February 11/Tuesday, April 15 2:00 p.m./5:00 p.m. Los Angeles, CA/Page Stadium

Friday, February 14 – Sunday, February 16 2:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. Page Stadium

Tuesday, Feb. 18/Tuesday, Mar. 11 2:00 p.m./2:00 p.m. Page Stadium/Northridge, CA

General Information: Location: ..........................................Berkeley, CA Enrollment:................................................32,128 Nickname: ......................................Golden Bears Colors:............................................Blue and Gold Conference: ..........................Pacific-10 (NCAA-1) Home Field: ................................Evans Diamond Capacity: ......................................................2,500 Field Dimensions: ............335-385-400-385-335 Press Box Phone: ........................(510) 642-3098

General Information: Location: ....................................Los Angeles, CA Enrollment:................................................28,600 Nickname: ................................................Trojans Colors: ....................................Cardinal and Gold Conference: ..........................Pacific-10 (NCAA-1) Home Field:....................................Dedeaux Field Capacity: ......................................................2,500 Field Dimensions: ............335-375-395-365-335 Press Box Phone: ........................(213) 748-3449

General Information: Location: ............................................Seattle, WA Enrollment:................................................26,800 Nickname: ................................................Huskies Colors: ........................................Purple and Gold Conference: ..........................Pacific-10 (NCAA-1) Home Field: ................................Huskie Ballpark Capacity: ......................................................1,500 Field Dimensions: ............................327-395-317 Press Box Phone: ........................(206) 685-1994

General Information: Location: ......................................Northridge, CA Enrollment:................................................32,000 Nickname:..............................................Matadors Colors:................................Red, White and Black Conference: ............................Big West (NCAA-I) Home Field: ....................................Matador Field Capacity: ......................................................1,200 Field Dimensions: ............375-325-400-330-375 Press Box Phone: ........................(818) 677-4293

Baseball Program: Head Coach: ..............Dave Esquer (4th Season) School Record: ............................................88-80 Career Record: ............................................Same Assistants: ............................................Dan Hubbs ......................................................Ron Witmeyer 2002 Record:................................................29-27 2002 Conference: ..............................11-13 (5th) Playoffs: ..........................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ............................................6/5 Starters (R/L): ................................................7/5 Newcomers: ......................................................17

Baseball Program: Head Coach: ..................................Mike Gillespie School Record: ............645-356-3 (17th Season) Career Record: ............................................Same Assistants: ............................................Dave Lawn ........................................Andy Nieto & Rob Klein 2002 Record:................................................37-24 2002 Conference:..................................17-7 (1st) Playoffs:........Lost to Stanford in Super Regional Lettermen (R/L): ........................................21/10 Starters (R/L): ................................................6/3 Newcomers ........................................................12

Baseball Program: Head Coach: Ken Knutson School Record: ............347-235-1 (11th Season) Career Record: ............................................Same Assistants: ................................................Joe Ross ..............................Travis Jewett & Greg Swenson 2002 Record: ............................................33-27-1 2002 Conference: ..............................15-9 (t-3rd) Playoffs: ..............3-2 at NCAA Houston Regional Lettermen (R/L): ........................................24/10 Starters (R/L): ................................................6/3 Newcomers ........................................................12

Baseball Program: Head Coach: ....................................Steve Rousey School Record: ..................................First Season Career Record: ............................................Same Assistants: ....................................Grant Hobman ....................Robert McKinley & Mark Kertenlan 2002 Record:................................................41-17 2002 Conference:..................................19-5 (1st) Playoffs: ........................................NCAA Regional Lettermen (R/L): ........................................12/13 Starters (R/L): ................................................6/9 Newcomers: ......................................................17

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ............................Scott Ball SID Phone: ..................................(510) 642-5363 SID Fax: ......................................(510) 642-7778 Website:....................................calbears.ocsn.com

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ..................Jason Prommier SID Phone: ..................................(213) 740-3807 SID Fax: ......................................(213) 740-7584 Website: ................................usctrojans.ocsn.com

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ......................Jeff Bechthold SID Phone: ..................................(206) 685-7910 SID Fax: ......................................(213) 543-5000 Website: ................................gohuskies.ocsn.com

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ........................Aaron Meier SID Phone: ..................................(818) 677-3243 SID Fax: ......................................(818) 677-4950 Website: ....................................gomatadorss.com

Cal Poly

San Jose State SPARTANS

BRUINS

UCLA

UC Santa Barbara

Friday, Feb. 21 - Sunday, Feb. 23 6:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. San Luis Obispo, CA

Friday, Feb. 28 – Sunday, Mar. 2 1:00 p.m./ 1:00 p.m./2:00 p.m. Page Stadium

Tuesday, Mar. 4/Tuesday, April 29 2:00 p.m./6:00 p.m. Page Stadium/Los Angeles, CA

Friday, Mar. 7 - Sunday, Mar. 9 2:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. Page Stadium

General Information: Location: ............................San Luis Obispo, CA Enrollment:................................................17,500 Nickname: ............................................Mustangs Colors: ..............................Forest Green and Gold Conference: ............................Big West (NCAA-1) Home Field: ..............................Baggett Stadium Capacity: ......................................................1,534 Field Dimensions: ............335-385-405-385-335 Press Box Phone: ........................(805) 756-7456

General Information: Location: ..........................................San Jose, CA Enrollment:................................................28,000 Nickname: ..............................................Spartans Colors: ................................Gold, White and Blue Conference: ....................................WAC (NCAA-I) Home Field: ..........................Municipal Stadium Capacity: ......................................................5,000 Press Box Phone: ........................(408) 924-7276

General Information: Location: ....................................Los Angeles, CA Enrollment:................................................36,890 Nickname: ..................................................Bruins Colors:............................................Blue and Gold Conference: ..........................Pacific-10 (NCAA-I) Home Field: ................Jackie Robinson Stadium Capacity: ......................................................1,250 Field Dimensions: ............330-365-390-365-330 Press Box Phone: ........................(310) 794-8210

General Information: Location: ................................Santa Barbara, CA Enrollment:................................................19,500 Nickname: ..............................................Gauchos Colors:............................................Blue and Gold Conference: ............................Big West (NCAA-I) Home Field: ..................Caesar Uyesaka Stadium Capacity: ......................................................1,000 Field Dimensions: ............335-385-400-385-335 Press Box Phone: ........................(805) 893-4671

Baseball Program: Head Coach: ......................................Gary Adams School Record: ............922-762-7 (29th Season) Career Record: ........1,110-838-12 (33rd Season) Assistants: ..................................Vince Beringhele ................................Gary Adcock & John Violette 2002 Record:................................................26-35 2002 Conference: ................................9-15 (7th) Playoffs: ..........................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ..........................................21/9 Starters (R/L): ................................................6/4 Newcomers: ......................................................12

Baseball Program: Head Coach: ........Bob Brontsema (10th Season) School Record: ........................................239-241 Career Record: ............................................Same Assistants: ..........................................Dan Ricabel ......................................................Bob Townsend 2002 Record:................................................22-33 2002 Conference: ................................8-16 (7th) Playoffs: ..........................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ........................................12/16 Starters (R/L): ................................................5/3 Newcomers: ......................................................15

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ....................Neila Matheny SID Phone: ..................................(310) 206-4008 SID Fax: ......................................(310) 825-8664 Website: ............................www.UCLABruins.com

Media Information: Sports Info.: ....Andrew Nicolai or Tony La Torra SID Phone: ........................(805) 893-3428/8603 SID Fax: ......................................(805) 893-4537 Website: ..........................www.UCSBgauchos.com

MUSTANGS

Baseball Program: Head Coach: ..........................................Larry Lee School Record: ..................................First Season Career Record: ............................................Same Assistants:......................................Jerry Weintsein ..............................Chal Fanning & Kevin Tucker 2002 Record: ............................................30-29-1 2002 Conference: ................................15-9 (3rd) Playoffs: ..........................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ........................................21/12 Starters (R/L): ................................................4/5 Newcomers: ......................................................17 Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ........................Eric Burdick SID Phone: ..................................(805) 756-6550 SID Fax: ......................................(805) 756-2650 Website: ......................................www.gopoly.com

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2003 OPPONENTS

Baseball Program: Head Coach: ......................................Sam Piraro School Record: ............536-384-4 (17th Season) Career Record: ............................................Same Assistants: ....................................Doug Thurman ........................Dean Madsen & Brian Dohndrow 2002 Record:................................................45-17 2002 Conference: ................................22-5 (2nd) Playoffs: ........................................NCAA Regional Lettermen (R/L): ............................................7/9 Starters (R/L): ................................................3/6 Newcomers: ......................................................14 Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ........................Brian Blank SID Phone: ..................................(408) 924-1211 SID Fax: ......................................(408) 924-1291 Website: ..............................www.sjsuspartans.org

2003

HUSKIES

BASEBALL

MATADORS

GAUCHOS


2003 OPPONENTS

Cal State Fullerton

UC Riverside

Long Beach State

Wednesday, Mar. 19/Tuesday, April 13 2:00 p.m./7:00 p.m. Page Stadium/Fullerton, CA

Wednesday, Mar. 26 2:00 p.m. Page Stadium

Tuesday, April 1/Tuesday, April 22 6:30 p.m./2:30 p.m. Long Beach, CA/Page Stadium

TITANS

General Information: Location: ........................................Fullerton, CA Enrollment:................................................32,143 Nickname: ..................................................Titans Colors:............................Navy, Orange and White Conference: ............................Big West (NCAA-I) Home Field: ..................................Goodwin Field Capacity: ......................................................3,500 Field Dimensions: ............330-385-400-385-330 Press Box Phone: ........................(714) 278-5327 Baseball Program: Head Coach: ..................................George Horton School Record: ..............259-116-1 (7th Season) Career Record: ............................................Same Assistants: ..................................Rick Vanderhook ................................Dave Serrano & Chad Baum 2002 Record:................................................37-22 2002 Conference: ............................14-10 (t-4th) Playoffs: ........................................NCAA Regional Lettermen (R/L): ..........................................15/7 Starters (R/L): ................................................6/3 Newcomers: ......................................................17 Media Information: Sports Info. Contact:....................Ryan Ermeling SID Phone: ..................................(714) 278-3081 SID Fax: ......................................(714) 278-3141 Website:..................................www.titansports.org

HIGHLANDERS

General Information: Location: ........................................Riverside, CA Enrollment:................................................15,100 Nickname: ........................................Highlanders Colors: ..............................................Blue & Gold Conference: ............................Big West (NCAA-I) Home Field: ................Riverside Sports Complex Capacity: ......................................................2,500 Press Box Phone: ........................(909) 787-5441 Baseball Program: Head Coach: ................................Jack Smitheran School Record: ............900-668-3 (30th season) Career (D-1) Record: ..................................30-28 Assistants: ..........................................Doug Smith ................Andrew Checketts & Estavan Valencia 2002 Record:................................................30-28 2002 Conference: ..............................10-14 (6th) Playoffs: ..........................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ........................................15/11 Starters (R/L): ................................................8/4 Newcomers: ......................................................14 Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ................Thomas LaRocca SID Phone: ..................................(909) 787-5438 SID Fax: ......................................(909) 787-5889 Website: ..............................www.athletics.ucr.edu

49ERS

General Information: Location: ....................................Long Beach, CA Enrollment:................................................32,126 Nickname: ....................................................49ers Colors:..............................................Black & Gold Conference: ............................Big West (NCAA-I) Home Field:..........................................Blair Field Capacity: ......................................................3,000 Field Dimensions: ............348-387-400-387-348 Press Box Phone: ........................(562) 433-8605 Baseball Program: Head Coach: ..................................Mike Weathers School Record:......................39-21 (2nd season) Career Record: ................318-301 (13th season) Assistants: ........................................Troy Buckley ..................................Don Barbara &Steve Pearse 2002 Record:................................................39-21 2002 Conference: ................................17-7 (2nd) Playoffs: ......................................NCAA Regionals Lettermen (R/L): ........................................16/15 Starters (R/L): ................................................5/5 Newcomers: ......................................................19 Media Information: Sports Info. Contact:........................Niall T. Adler SID Phone: ..................................(562) 985-7565 SID Fax: ......................................(562) 985-1549 Website: ........................www.longbeachstate.com

Portland

San Francisco

San Diego

Friday, Mar. 14 - Sunday, Mar. 16 • Friday, May 16 - Sunday, May 18 2:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. • 3:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. Portland, OR • Page Stadium

Friday, Mar. 21 - Sunday, Mar. 23 • Friday, May 9 - Sunday, May 11 2:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. • 3:00 p.m./3:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. San Francisco, CA • Page Stadium

Friday, Mar. 28 - Sunday, March 30/Friday, May 2 - Sunday, May 4 2:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m • 3:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. Page Stadium • San Diego, CA

General Information: Location: ....................................................................Portland, OR Enrollment:..............................................................................2,800 Nickname: ..............................................................................Pilots Colors: ..................................................................Purple and White Conference:......................................................WCC - West Division Home Field:................................................................Pilot Stadium Capacity: ..................................................................................1,500 Field Dimensions: ........................................................250-385-348 Press Box Phone: ....................................................(503) 943-7242

General Information: Location: ............................................................San Francisco, CA Enrollment:..............................................................................7,800 Nickname: ................................................................................Dons Colors: ....................................................................Green and Gold Conference:......................................................WCC - West Division Home Field: ......................................................Benedetti Diamond Capacity: ..................................................................................1,000 Field Dimensions: ........................................................320-410-315 Press Box Phone: ....................................................(415) 422-2919

General Information: Location: ..................................................................San Diego, CA Enrollment:..............................................................................6,943 Nickname: ............................................................................Toreros Colors: ..........................................Columbia Blue, Navy and White Conference:......................................................WCC - West Division Home Field: ................................................Cunningham Stadium Capacity: ..................................................................................1,200 Field Dimensions: ........................................................309-395-329 Press Box Phone: ....................................................(619) 260-8829

Baseball Program: Head Coach:..................................................................Chris Sperry School Record:..............................................101-157 (6th Season) Career Record: ........................................................................Same Assistants: ......................................................................Ricky Ward ............................................................Brian Graham Gary Van Tol 2002 Record:............................................................................24-29 2002 Conference: ................................16-14 (2nd - West Division) Playoffs: ......................................................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ......................................................................7/14 Starters (R/L): ............................................................................4/4 Newcomers: ..................................................................................19

Baseball Program: Head Coach: ..........................................................Nino Giarratano School Record:................................................93-131 (5th Season) Career Record: ........................................................................Same Assistants: ................................................................Troy Nakamura ..................................................Greg Moore & Dutch Mendenhall 2002 Record:............................................................................18-38 2002 Conference: ..................................9-21 (4th - West Division) Playoffs: ......................................................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ....................................................................21/12 Starters (R/L): ............................................................................8/1 Newcomers: ..................................................................................11

Baseball Program: Head Coach: ......................................................................Rich Hill School Record: ............................................136-98-2 (5th Season) Career Record: ........................................469-318-2 (16th Season) Assistants: ......................................................................Sean Kenny, ..........................................................Mike Kramer & Craig da Luz 2002 Record:............................................................................35-21 2002 Conference: ....................................20-10 (WCC Champions) Playoffs:....................................................................NCAA Regional Lettermen (R/L): ......................................................................18/7 Starters (R/L): ............................................................................5/4 Newcomers: ..................................................................................12

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ........................................Loren Wohlgemuth SID Phone:..............................................................(503) 943-7439 SID Fax: ..................................................................(503) 943-7242 Website: ..........................................................www.up.edu/athletics

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ................................................Ryan McCrary SID Phone:..............................................................(415) 422-6162 SID Fax: ..................................................................(415) 422-2929 Website: ................................................................www.usfdons.com

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact:................................................Nick Mirkovich SID Phone:..............................................................(619) 260-4745 SID Fax: ..................................................................(619) 260-2990 Website:............................................................www.usdtoreros.com

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2003 OPPONENTS Saint Mary’s

Pepperdine

Gonzaga

Friday, April 4 - Sunday, April 6 2:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. Page Stadium

Friday, April 11 – Sunday, April 13 3:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. Malibu, CA

Thursday, April 17/Saturday, April 19 3:00 p.m./11:00 a.m. (DH) Page Stadium

General Information: Location: ......................................................................Moraga, CA Enrollment:..............................................................................4,512 Nickname:................................................................................Gaels Colors: ........................................................................Blue and Red Conference: ....................................................WCC - Coast Division Home Field: ........................................................Louis Guisto Field Capacity: ....................................................................................500 Field Dimensions: ........................................340-385-410-385-340 Press Box Phone: ....................................................(925) 376-3906

General Information: Location: ........................................................................Malibu, CA Enrollment:..............................................................................8,000 Nickname: ..............................................................................Waves Colors:........................................................Blue, Orange and White Conference: ....................................................WCC - Coast Division Home Field:..................................................Eddy D. Field Stadium Capacity: ..................................................................................2,200 Field Dimensions: ........................................................330-400-330 Press Box Phone: ....................................................(310) 506-4598

General Information: Location: ....................................................................Spokane, WA Enrollment:..............................................................................4,765 Nickname: ................................................................Bulldogs, Zags Colors: ............................................................Blue, Red and White Conference: ....................................................WCC - Coast Division Home Field: ................................................August/A.R.T. Stadium Capacity: ..................................................................................1,000 Field Dimensions: ........................................335-370-400-370-335 Press Box Phone: ....................................................(509) 323-4224

Baseball Program: Head Coach:................................................................John Baptista School Record:................................................82-129 (5th Season) Career Record: ........................................................................Same Assistants: ................................................................Ted Turkington ............................................................J.J. Brock & Eric Valenzuela 2002 Record:............................................................................22-27 2002 Conference: ..............................14-15 (3rd - Coast Division) Playoffs: ......................................................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ....................................................................20/10 Starters (R/L): ............................................................................4/4 Newcomers: ..................................................................................13

Baseball Program: Head Coach: ............................................................Frank Sanchez School Record:..............................................221-136 (7th Season) Career Record: ........................................................................Same Assistants: ............................................................Rick Hirtensteiner ................................................................................Steve Rodriguez 2002 Record:............................................................................31-32 2002 Conference: ................................18-12 (1st - Coast Division) Playoffs: ......................................................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ......................................................................17/8 Starters (R/L): ............................................................................4/4 Newcomers: ..................................................................................13

Baseball Program: Head Coach:....................................................................Steve Hertz School Record: ........................................611-602-5 (24th Season) Career Record: ........................................670-664-5 (26th Season) Assistants:........................................Mark Machtolf, Chris Sheehan ..........................................................................................Scott Asan 2002 Record:............................................................................27-29 2002 Conference:................................14-16 (4th - Coast Division) Playoffs: ......................................................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ......................................................................18/9 Starters (R/L): ............................................................................5/4 Newcomers: ..................................................................................11

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact:....................................................Jason Santos SID Phone:..............................................................(925) 631-4950 SID Fax: ..................................................................(925) 631-4405 Website:..............................................................www.smcgaels.com

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ..........................................................Al Barba SID Phone:..............................................................(310) 506-4455 SID Fax: ..................................................................(310) 506-4322 Website: ..........................................http://gowaves.pepperdine.edu

Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ......................................................Rich Moser SID Phone:..............................................................(509) 323-5484 SID Fax: ..................................................................(509) 323-5730 Website:..................................................................www.gozags.com

GAELS

WAVES

Santa Clara

S P O R T S I N F O R M A T I O N D IRECTORY

BRONCOS

Friday, April 25 - Sunday, April 27 6:00 p.m./1:00 p.m./1:00 p.m. Santa Clara, CA General Information: Location: ................................................................Santa Clara, CA Enrollment:..............................................................................7,350 Nickname: ..........................................................................Broncos Colors: ......................................................................Red and White Conference: ....................................................WCC - Coast Division Home Field: ....................................................Buck Shaw Stadium Capacity: ..................................................................................6,800 Field Dimensions: ........................................................350-400-340 Press Box Phone: ....................................................(408) 554-4752 Baseball Program: Head Coach:................................................................Mark O’Brien School Record: ................................................25-30 (2nd Season) Career Record: ........................................................................Same Assistants: ..................................................................Mike Oakland ..................................................................Tom Myers & Scott Kidd 2002 Record:............................................................................25-30 2002 Conference: ..............................15-14 (2nd - Coast Division) Playoffs: ......................................................................................n/a Lettermen (R/L): ......................................................................21/8 Starters (R/L): ..........................................................................11/3 Newcomers: ..................................................................................12 Media Information: Sports Info. Contact: ............................................David Wahlstrom SID Phone:..............................................................(408) 554-4670 SID Fax: ..................................................................(408) 554-6942 Website: ..............................................www.santaclarabroncos.com

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School

Phone

Fax

Press Box

California

(510) 642-5363

(510) 642-7778

(510) 642-3098

USC

(213) 740-8480

(213) 740-7584

(213) 748-3449

Washington

(206) 685-7910

(213) 543-5000

(206) 685-1994

CS Northridge

(818) 677-3243

(818) 677-4950

(818) 677-4293

Cal Poly

(805) 756-6531

(805) 756-2650

(805) 756-7456

San Jose State

(408) 924-1211

(408) 924-1291

(408) 924-7276

UCLA

(310) 206-4008

(310) 825-8664

(310) 794-8213

UC Santa Barbara (805) 893-3428

(805) 893-4537

(805) 893-4671

Portland

(503) 943-7242

(503) 943-7253

(503) 943-7439

CS Fullerton

(714) 278-3970

(714) 278-3141

(714) 278-5327

San Francisco

(415) 422-6162

(415) 422-2929

(415) 422-2919

UC Riverside

(909) 787-5438

(909) 787-5889

(909) 787-5441

San Diego

(619) 260-4745

(619) 260-2990

(619) 260-8829

Long Beach State

(562) 985-7565

(562) 985-1549

(562) 433-8605

Saint Mary’s

(925) 631-4402

(925) 631-4405

(925) 376-3906

Pepperdine

(310) 506-4455

(310) 456-4322

(310) 506-4598

Gonzaga

(509) 323-5484

(509) 323-5730

(509) 323-4224

Santa Clara

(408) 554-4661

(408) 554-6942

(408) 554-4752

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ADMINISTRATION ATHLETICS DIRECTORY Area Code: 310

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ev. Robert B. Lawton, S.J., was named the 14th president of Loyola Marymount University on June 1, 1999. Father Lawton leads LMU into the next millennium after serving as the dean of Georgetown College at Georgetown University since 1989. Possessing a wealth of experience in both university teaching and administration, Fr. Lawton comes to LMU after giving 20 years of service to Georgetown University. Serving as the assistant Dean from 1984-89, Fr. Lawton also taught in the Theology department as an adjunct assistant professor during that period. He started at the University in 1977 as an assistant professor of Theology and worked in that capacity until 1979. Following his preparation for ordination from 1979-81, Fr. Lawton traveled to Germany to conduct independent study in both German and theology. In 1982, he accepted an assistant professorship teaching Hebrew and Aramaic at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, Italy, a post he held until 1984. Earning his bachelor of arts degree in classics from Fordham University in 1971, Fr. Lawton went on to attend Harvard University where he completed his doctorate in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations in 1977. Named Phi Beta Kappa at Fordham, Fr. Lawton was a Danforth and Woodrow Wilson Fellow at Harvard. In addition to his teaching and administrative duties at Georgetown, Fr. Lawton served on numerous campus committees examining such areas as campus planning, student life, freshman and transfer student admissions, and community relations. Outside of the University he has served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of Scranton and Fairfield University.

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illiam S. Husak is currently in his fifth year as director of athletics at Loyola Marymount University, leading LMU’s 17athletic programs and department. His first appointment as a collegiate athletic director, Husak comes from a long and accomplished background as an administrator, fundraiser and professor. As the former senior associate athletic director at California State University Long Beach, he enjoyed a successful career in both the academic and athletic arena over a span of 18 years. From 1993-1998, he served as the director of the 49er Athletic Association, and helped raise $6 million towards a $22 million capital campaign for construction of CSULB’s athletic complex, The Pyramid. While at CSULB between 1983 and 1997, Husak served as an assistant commissioner for the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). There, one of Husak’s main responsibilities included supervising officials for the conference. Between 1986 and 1993 he served as chairman of CSULB’s physical education department. As an associate professor of physical education at CSULB between 1979 and 1986, he established the university’s Motor Behavior Laboratory. A 1972 graduate of State University of New York (SUNY) at Cortland, Husak holds a master’s degree and Ph.D. in physical education from Texas A&M University. He and his wife of 29 years, Tish, live in Long Beach and have three sons, Greg, 28, Todd, 24 and Jon, 22.

Administration Dr. William Husak, Director of Athletics 338-2765 Betty Werner, Assoc. Director of Athletics 338-7483 María Behm, Asst. AD / Business & Finance 338-7645 Dan Smith, Asst. AD / Compliance/Eligibility338-7789 John Shaffer, Director of Media Relations 338-7643 Marysol Cayado, Asst. Director of Media Relations338-5798 Scott Johnson, Asst. Director of Media Relations,338-7638 Karina Handeland, Tickets & Marketing Mngr. 258-8608 Ryan Jamrog Corporate Relations Manager 338-5201 Brian Luft Director of Athletic Development338-7853 Rob Anderson Asst. Dir. for Annual Support 338-2908 Dr. Maureen Schaukowitch, Academic Coordinator 338-1736 Keith Ellison, Head Athletic Trainer 338-2874 Beth Drayer, Athletic Trainer 338-2340 Joe Gonzalez, Athletic Trainer 338-2764 Chris Rounds Strength/Conditioning Coach. 338-5796 Rudy Ramirez, Athletics Facilities Manager 338-7641 Addie Casey Office Supervisor 338-3047 Robyn Millen Business Affairs Assistant 338-2953 Faith Sauerwald Senior Secretary 338-4504 Tickets/Hotline 338-LION Head Coaches Steve Aggers, Men’s Basketball 338-7623 Nik Devore, Men’s Tennis 338-7589 Frank Cruz, Baseball 338-2949 Gary Ferrin, Softball 338-7651 Alex Galvan, Golf 338-4490 Scott Guerrero, Cross Country 338-7630 Pat Kelly, Men’s and Women’s Crew338-7624 Paul Krumpe, Men’s Soccer 338-7640 John Loughran, Aquatics 338-1844 Gregg Murphy, Women’s Soccer 338-2795 Jamie Sanchez, Women’s Tennis 338-7506 Steve Stratos, Women’s Volleyball338-4528 Julie Wilhoit, Women’s Basketball338-5149 Athletic Fax Numbers Director of Athletics 338-4577 Training Room 338-5191 Coaching Staff 338-5915 Media Relations 338-2703

Supporting the student-athletes of Loyola Marymount University Join the Team! Champions and scholars are made possible only through superior coaching, excellent talent, fierce determination, and support from many people. Gifts to the LionsFund assist to provide the resources needed for LMU Athletics to achieve the highest level of success both athletically and academically. Focused on providing a well-rounded educational experience, LionsFund supports our student-athlete’s quest for academic and athletic excellence through: scholarship, athletic team support and experience. If you would like to join the team and support our student-athletes in their quest for excellence, or for more information about LionsFund, please call Rob Anderson, assistant director of annual support for athletic giving at (310) 338-2908, or email golions@lmu.edu.

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

Rob Anderson Asst. Dir. of Annual Support for Athletic Giving

MarĂ­a Behm Asst. AD/Business & Finance

Beth Dryer Athletic Trainer

Keith Ellison Head Athletic Trainer

Alberto Garcia Multi-Craftsman

Joe Gonzalez Athletic Trainer

Karina Handeland Tickets & Marketing Manager

Ryan Jamrog Corporate Relations Manager

Scott Johnson Asst. Director of Athletic Media Relations

Shelton Lorick Multi-Craftsman

Brian Luft Director of Development for Athletics

Robyn Millen Business Affairs Assistant

Dr. Michael E. Mulvihill NCAA Faculty Athletic Rep.

Rudy Ramirez Athletic Facilities Manager

Chris Rounds Strength & Conditioning Coach

Faith Sauerwald Senior Secretary

John Shaffer Director of Athletic Media Relations

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Dr. Elena M. Bove WCC Institutional Rep.

Dan Smith Asst. AD/Compliance & Eligibility

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Addie Casey Office Supervisor

Betty Werner Associate Athletic Director

Marysol Cayado Asst. Director of Athletic Media Relations

Dr. Maureen Schaukowitch Academic Coordinator


MEDIA INFORMATION CREDENTIALS Press passes and access to restricted areas of George C. Page Stadium will be limited to working media only. Requests for press credentials should be made at least 48 hours in advance of each home game and will be held at the Page Stadium ticket booth. Credentials are non-transferable.

DIRECTIONS Loyola Marymount University is located in the Westchester District of Los Angeles. From the 405 Freeway (north or south) exit Manchester Boulevard, turn left coming from the south or right coming from the north. Continue on Manchester heading west for approximately 3 miles and turn right on Loyola Boulevard. The campus gates will be visible four blocks later. Parking is available in the main visitor’s parking lot on the left of Loyola Boulevard.

INTERVIEW SESSIONS To arrange an interview with a coach or player, please contact Scott Johnson, Assistant Media Relations Director at (310) 338-7638, and a time convenient to both the media member and the athlete will be arranged. Interviews will not be permitted during practice or the day of a game.

PRESS BOX The Page Stadium press box houses the official scorer, public address announcer, and scoreboard operator. Accredited members of the media are also invited to watch the game from the press box and will be supplied programs, statistics, and game notes. Due to limited space as well as the nature of the working environment, the press box is off limits to scouts and fans of Lion baseball.

RADIO AND TELEVISION All requests for broadcasting Lion home games should go through the Media Relations Office at least two weeks in advance. Space will be provided for the official radio station of each visiting team. A backup phone line will also be furnished by LMU.

REFERENCE TO LOYOLA MARYMOUNT When referring to the University, please use its full title, Loyola

RADIO KXLU 88.9 FM Phone: (310) 338-2886 Fax: (310) 338-5959 Fox Sports Radio 1150 Phone: (888) 552-1150 Fax: (818) 845-0005 KNX Radio Phone: (323) 460-3562 Fax: (323) 460-3275

PRINT Associated Press LA Phone: (213) 626-1200 Fax: (213) 346-0200 Long Beach Press Telegram Phone: (562) 499-1338 Fax: (562) 437-8914 Los Angeles Daily News Phone: (818) 713-3610 Fax: (818) 713-3436 Contact: Lee Barnathan Los Angeles Loyolan Phone: (310) 338-2879 Fax: (310) 338-1901

Los Angeles Times Phone: (213) 237-7145 Fax: (213) 237-7876 Contact: Gary Klein Orange County Register Phone: (714) 953-7931 Fax: (714) 565-3684 Pasadena Star-News Phone: (626) 962-8811 Fax: (626) 856-2758 South Bay Daily Breeze Phone: (310) 540-4201 Fax: (310) 540-3067 Contact: Todd Bailey The Tidings Fax: (949) 376-6868 Contact: Rich Goul

TELEVISION ABC (Channel 7) Phone: (818) 863-7677 Fax: (818) 863-7889 CBS (Channel 2) Phone: (323) 460-3252 Fax: (323) 460-3337

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Marymount University. The abbreviation LMU may be used, but please avoid using “Loyola” or “Marymount” alone. Thank you for your consideration in this matter.

TICKETS Tickets for all baseball games must be purchased at the Page Stadium ticket booth the day of the game. The booth opens one hour prior to game time. Tickets are $6.00 for adults and $4.00 for children and senior citizens. LMU students, faculty and staff are admitted for free with proper identification. Page Stadium has a seating capacity of 600.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE Get the latest in LMU sports via the official home of LMU athletics on the internet. Visit http://www.LMULions.com 24-hours a day for scores, stats, features, photos and up-to-date news releases on every intercollegiate sport. Get connected to Lions’ baseball on LMULions.com!

WCC HOTLINE The West Coast Conference hotline is a service available to the media. The hotline contains the latest scores and information from all WCC teams in a variety of sports. It is updated following each WCC event. To review the reports P UBLICITY I N F O R M A T I O N of WCC schools, call (650) 266-9191. SID Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-7638 After the comple- SID Office Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-2703 tion of the greeting, Johnson’s Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 345-6997 press 34. After all Press Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-3046 LMU Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(310) 338-LION messages have been played, you will hear five beeps. S P O R T S IN F O R M A T I O N Updated release M AILING A D D R E S S information, scores and standings can Athletic Media Relations Office Loyola Marymount University be accessed on the One LMU Drive, MS 8235 web at www.wccLos Angeles, CA 90045 sports.com. Fox (Channel 11) Phone: (310) 584-2262 Fax: (310)584-2450 Fox Sports West Phone: (310) 584-2835 Fax: (310)584-2803 KCAL (Channel 9) Phone: (323) 960-3848 Fax: (323) 469-4979 KCOP (Channel 13) Phone: (323) 850-2222 Fax: (323) 883-9889 KTLA (Channel 5) Phone: (323) 460-5907 Fax: (323) 460-5333

OTHER Sports Ticker Phone: (800) 367-8935 Scores: (800) 431-1654 Fax: (800) 336-0383 Stats, Inc. Phone: (847) 583-2176 Fax: (800) 357-8525 Mega Sports Fax: (212) 621-7530 Collegiate Baseball Phone: (520) 623-7815 Fax: (520) 624-5501 Contact: Lou Pavlovich Jr.

NBC (Channel 4) Phone: (818) 840-4237 Fax: (818) 840-3076

USA TODAY Sports Weekly Phone: (305) 604-3211 Fax: (786) 513-2612 Contact: Dana Heiss Grodin

Southern California Sports Report Phone: (310) 369-9090 Fax: (310) 6071 Contact: Kelley Jackson

Baseball America Phone: (800) 845-2726 Fax: (919) 682-2880 Contact: John Manual USA Baseball Phone: (520) 327-9700 Fax: (520) 327-9221 Contact: Dave Fanucchi

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STRENGTH & FITNESS STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

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ith the addition of the $20-million Burns Recreation Center and state-of-the-art athletic facilities of Gersten Pavilion, Loyola Marymount University offers one of the most extensive strength and conditioning programs in the West Coast Conference. Students have access to the 8,000 square foot weight and fitness training facility within the Burns Recreation Center that opened in August of 2000. In addition, student-athletes are given the opportunity to benefit from specialized programs developed by LMU’s Strength and Conditioning Coach Chris Rounds. Rounds has developed goals for the student-athletes that implements a program that will develop each athlete. The development is focused to enhance each athlete so that he or she may reach his or her athletic potential through proper training in strength, conditioning, flexibility, agility, nutrition and rest. The program assesses each athlete’s strengths and weaknesses in those areas and customizes each program to meet individual needs. With the program in place, Rounds works with the athlete and the coaches to give specialized individual attention to ensure proper growth for the sport and the student-athlete. Every workout is supervised with daily attention given to the athlete to ensure that everyone progresses at the maximum rate. Each workout is documented to assure progression. The programs are also designed to limit injury to the student-athletes while on the playing field. Athletes are often affected with minor injuries that limit participation. The program developed by Rounds has special equipment and protocols in place to ensure that the injured athlete continues to train so that deconditioning does not take place. This will allow for a more rapid return to full participation. In addition, the programs developed have been designed with the student in mind. Time is always an issue with students and the workouts have been designed to be very intense but short in duration to allow more time for academics.

ATHLETIC TRAINING

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he Loyola Marymount Athletic Training room is one of the busiest places within the athletic facilities at LMU, servicing the needs of 17 varsity sports and more than 300 studentathletes. In addition to providing the best care available in the nation to LMU athletes, the training program services the needs to its opponents in a first class manner and provides an opportunity for students in the field of athletic training to earn valuable experience. The training program is committed to providing the highest quality sports medicine services to the student-athletes of Loyola Marymount University. The program is committed to using available technology in the delivery of services and the continuous upgrading of equipment used in the delivery of sports medicine services to assure student-athletes the most modern care available in the nation. The program strives to be recognized for its excellence in care and prevention of athletic injuries. With more than 25 years of experience in the field, the Training Program has three full-time staff members and 15 student athletic trainers to provide services to the student-athletes. Those include access to sports medicine services for studentathletes, a philosophy that places a high value on health and wellness, a program that allows injured student-athletes to return to their sport as soon as medically safe and to substantially reduce the risk of athletic injury for those student-athletes. The Training Room at LMU features state-of-the-art equipment in a 1,000-square foot sports medicine complex. The equipment includes whirlpools, paraffin bath, ultrasound, muscle stimulation and hydrocalators.

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2003 Baseball Record Book